By Jeff Wells
Source: Grocery Dive

Growing up, Ellen Story never considered making a career in the grocery industry.

But then she took a job as a cashier at the Stew Leonard’s store in Norwalk, Connecticut, in the mid 1980s. It was only supposed to be a brief, part-time gig — a way for her to pay for her car insurance. She worked at the store throughout high school, then earned a scholarship from the grocery company that helped send her to the College of William & Mary.

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