Sprouts Farmers Market donated food to Initiative Foods’ job fair Wednesday for its 120 displaced employees. Between 50 and 60 employees came and connected with local food production companies like Sun-Maid and Wawona Frozen Foods.
Sprouts Farmers Market donated food to Initiative Foods’ job fair Wednesday for its 120 displaced employees. Between 50 and 60 employees came and connected with local food production companies like Sun-Maid and Wawona Frozen Foods. CAROLYN YPMA Special to The Bee
Sprouts Farmers Market donated food to Initiative Foods’ job fair Wednesday for its 120 displaced employees. Between 50 and 60 employees came and connected with local food production companies like Sun-Maid and Wawona Frozen Foods. CAROLYN YPMA Special to The Bee

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