MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here has created its own computer-based training program for identifying exotic types of produce. The expanded CBT module will be made available to A&P stores this fall. The program, created with assistance from the chain's national produce department, supplements A&P's basic cashier and produce identification CBT, according to Scott Milligan, director of training and development at A&P. Called Produce Around the World, the supplemental program ...
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