WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — The food industry is losing out on the people talent pool. A panel discussion during the recent Grocery Manufacturers Association/Food Products Association Executive Conference concluded that the food industry could do more in selling the sizzle to young people considering a career in the industry, especially if it is in retail. Robert Higgins, executive director of the center for food marketing, St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, said there is no reason ...
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