CHICAGO — Some disadvantaged and unemployed people living in Philadelphia's inner city will have an opportunity to become a cashier at one of 14 ShopRite supermarkets through Wakefern Food Corp.'s Partners in Training program. The program, supported by Wakefern, Elizabeth, N.J., is being rolled out next month by ABO Haven, a Philadelphia-based social services agency. This marks Wakefern's fourth partnership with a social services agency working in conjunction with the wholesale cooperative ...

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