Former Burger King CEO Joins Fellow Food Executives on Advisory Board of NGB Markets

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Food industry luminaries are joining together to facilitate adoption and growth of NGB Markets' food procurement tools. QuoteMatrix promotes cost savings and profit increase when deployed by food buyers.

NGB Markets, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based software as a service provider for food procurement in the food supply chain, announced another food executive has joined the company’s advisory board. Jeffrey Campbell, former CEO of Burger King, and current member of the faculty of the L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at San Diego State University, began his term as an advisory board member in April. Campbell joins other notable food executives on the advisory board such as Frank Lazaran, former CEO of Winn-Dixie, and Michael Dellar, CEO of the Lark Creek Restaurant Group.

“We’re delighted to have Jeff as a valued member of our advisory board which continues to draw stars from food industry cornerstones such as restaurants, retail supermarkets, and food production,” said Rock Clapper, CEO and President of NGB Markets. “Jeff quickly saw the value of NGB’s price quote aggregation service and predictive analytics for food buyers across the food supply chain and indicated his network in the food service industry will find the NGB tool to be useful in cutting costs and increasing profit”.

“The food industry is one of the oldest and largest industries in the world, and technology such as that provided by NGB Markets will streamline ordering, create price transparency, and add to each buyer’s bottom line,” stated Campbell.

About NGB Markets: NGB Markets provides food commodity buyers and sellers with an easy to use and economical web-based platform that utilizes rich data to save time and assist rapid decision making, putting more money into the pockets of buyers and sellers. NGB removes the archaic faxed or emailed spreadsheet price quote process suffered by hundreds of thousands of restaurants, food retailers, distributors and others. For more information, go online at

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