PITTSBURGH - Giant Eagle is rolling out a comprehensive training program designed to give associates a broad working knowledge of food, including menu planning and meal preparation techniques they can pass on to consumers. The program, which officials hope to offer to every employee at the chain's 219 stores, is an extension of last year's popular "Passion for Food" tours. The road trips gave managers at a handful of select Giant Eagle stores the chance to tour California, upstate New York ...

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