PALM DESERT, Calif. — The Western Association of Food Chains has been sponsoring the Food Industry Marketing program at the University of Southern California for 50 years — a milestone marked yesterday at the association’s annual convention here. As part of the USC program, suppliers provide scholarship funds to pay for retail employees to attend classes to improve their skills. “Retailers and suppliers compete fiercely, but we always are together for education,” said Jim Lee, president and ...

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