PALM DESERT, Calif. — Three grocery company presidents will discuss how their organizations utilize educational programs at the university and community college levels to recruit personnel at the annual convention of the Western Association of Food Chains here next month. The executives will be Sue Klug, president of the Southern California division of Supervalu-owned Albertsons; Jim Lee, president of Stater Bros. Markets; and Karl Schroeder, president of the Northern California division of ...

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