SpartanNash Names Greg Molloy as Vice President of Environmental Health and Safety

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – With consumer focus continuing to shift toward companies with sustainability at the forefront of their business, it has become all the more important for businesses across our industry to develop their environmental strategies. SpartanNash is doing just that as it has announced the appointment of Greg Molloy to Vice President of Environmental Health and Safety, effective March 1, 2021.

Greg Molloy, Vice President of Environmental Health and Safety, SpartanNashIn his new role, Molloy will be responsible for developing and leading strategic initiatives within the sector to ensure SpartanNash’s compliance with safety and environmental regulations. As noted by the company in a press release, Molloy will report to Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Yvonne Trupiano as he takes over his position.

Prior to joining SpartanNash, Molloy served as Group Manager, Corporate SH&E for Nestle USA. While there, he led environmental, health, and safety programs for over 70 sites and 9,000 employees.

SpartanNash has tapped Greg Molloy to become its new Vice President of Environmental Health and Safety

Before that, Molloy held roles as Corporate Director, Risk and EHS for Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream and Manager of Safety for General Mills.

Tony Sarsam, President and Chief Executive Officer, SpartanNash“One of SpartanNash’s key initiatives in 2021 is improving our associate experience through initiatives related to safety and retention. Mr. Molloy’s leadership will be paramount to achieving these goals,” said President and Chief Executive Officer Tony Sarsam. “As we continue to build a people-first safety culture, his track record of creating comprehensive programs to deliver compliance and safety results and experience ensuring safety measures and awareness are embedded throughout business processes will enable and empower our success at SpartanNash.”

Congratulations to Greg Molloy on his new position!


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