SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. -- Seven New Jersey retailers and a vocational school here have begun what industry sources say is the nation's first technical training school for supermarkets. The curriculum teaches high school students the skills needed for a career in the food industry and gives supermarket staff refresher courses in store operations, which have become increasingly complex with technological advances. Opened last month, the Supermarket Technological Training Academy here is a part ...

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