As training and development take a more prominent role in the food retailing industry, participants past and present in university programs around the country told SN they are gaining as much from their education as they are from the networking that the classrooms provide. “The classroom is very dynamic,” said Walt Tyson, a longtime Supervalu employee who is enrolled in the St. Joseph's University Executive Master's in Food Marketing program. “Everyone there is in the business, so we have ...
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