Supervalu CEO’s Pay Package Shrinks In Fiscal ’11

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Supervalu Inc.’s CEO Craig Herkert earned compensation of nearly $3 million in the grocer’s most recent fiscal year. That’s down from the $10.8 million in the prior year.

Supervalu operates the Albertsons, Jewel-Osco and Save-A-Lot chains.

His salary and option award held steady. And he received no performance bonus or stock awards for the year.

His perks also dropped. He still got more than $100,000 in other pay but received nearly $600,000 to move to Minnesota to join the company last year.

The AP’s calculation counts salary, bonuses, perks and stock and options awarded to the executive during the year.

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  • Citizen

    Poor, baby. Does he feel the pain of the worker bees being outsourced, downsized, and pay frozen? Can he possibly maintain his standard of living on such a paltry salary?

  • Rhonda Cox

    The article indicates that Herkert joined SV last year, I believe it was 2 or 3 years ago.

  • Ronald Raygun

    Oh how horrible. A dirty filthy republican losing something as sacred as money.

  • L. Sprewell

    Can’t ask him to pay more in personal income taxes. How will he feed his family?

  • Underpaid Employee

    F this guy, I work at Supervalu for minimum wage, no employees get full time, everyone there hates their job. We deserve more, he deserves less. I bust my a** for that store.

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