While formats may differ from chain to chain, the common denominator is consumer education. Some retailers, including Draeger's, Whole Food Markets and Larry's Markets, offer up a complete classroom environment with full kitchens dedicated expressly to the educational effort. Others, such as Central Market and Queen Anne Thriftway, rely on kiosks with simple cook tops to showcase their culinary education arm. Still other retailers, including Jewel-Osco, simply adjust selling-floor space at ...

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