BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Working in a grocery store often limits your world to the four walls around you, while going to school to learn more about the food business exposes you to a wider world, Jeffrey Juckel, general manager for the Oregon division of Haggen Inc. here, told SN. Juckel had worked for a couple of independents in Washington for 15 years — rising from box-boy to store manager — before he began attending Portland State University, “and the four walls around me were my world,” he ...

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