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Rosina University debuts in new building in West Seneca

The curriculum will be developed by the human resources department and will emphasize company culture to new recruits and existing employees.
Credit: Rosina Foods/Business First

WEST SENECA, N.Y. — Russ and Frank Corigliano like to say they went from Sweet Home High School into “Rosina University,” the multi-year apprenticeship in the 1970s and 1980s at the frozen pasta and meatball company run by their father.

The brothers – who now co-own the business – are reviving that concept for all Rosina employees.

The company has leased a building at 70 Empire Drive in West Seneca to open Rosina University. About 15,000 square feet of the facility will be used for dry storage. You can read the full story on Buffalo Business First's website. 

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