Roundup: Southeastern Grocers / Mitch Landrieu / Shell HQ 

    Local products: Southeastern Grocers Inc., parent company of Winn-Dixie grocery stores, is hosting a local supplier sourcing event to collaborate with local businesses and, in turn, provide stores with an expanded variety of local products. Interested businesses in Louisiana with products ready for retail can get more information here.

    ICYMI: President Joe Biden has chosen Mitch Landrieu as supervisor of his $1 trillion infrastructure plan. As New Orleans mayor, Landrieu pushed the city into recovery after the devastation from Hurricane Katrina. Landrieu, 61, will be tasked with coordinating across federal agencies to work on roads, ports, bridges and airports, the White House said Sunday. Read more.  

    U.K. move: Royal Dutch Shell this morning proposed moving its headquarters from the Netherlands to the U.K. and streamlining its structure in hopes of making it easier to move forward in a world transitioning away from a dependence on fossil fuels. The company, which has been incorporated in the U.K. with Dutch tax residency and dual class shares since 2005, says it wants to move to a more conventional structure to be able to make the company more competitive as it seeks to meet the challenges of shifting toward cleaner energy. Read more about the changes.