SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The seven Hy-Vee stores in this market have joined together to sponsor the culinary arts program and kitchen at a local technical high school. The Hy-Vee stores will pay $50,000 over the next five years to have naming rights and other recognition at the Career and Technical Education Academy here. Bob Trader, store director at one of the Hy-Vee locations, told SN the program seemed like a good fit for the chain. "As a company we have stressed adding chefs to our store ...
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