The Western Association of Food Chains is one of several sponsors — along with Fred Meyer (a division of Kroger Co.), PepsiCo and Costco — of a diversity-recruitment program at Portland State University in Oregon called “Pathways to the Future.” According to Tom Gilpatrick, executive director of the Food Industry Leadership Center at PSU, the university became aware of the lack of a broad minority representation among students in the FILC, “so we spoke to the people at PepsiCo, which is ...

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