Price Chopper Supermarkets sent three of its front-line cheese clerks to Wisconsin to learn firsthand how cheese is made. The goal was to bolster staffers' knowledge about cheese so they can interact with customers with greater confidence. That worked, officials said. And that, along with renewed team spirit, will undoubtedly curry additional sales just as the holiday season gets into swing. The Price Chopper staffers actually made Fontina, tasted Limburger in all its stages of aging, ...

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