ST. LOUIS — Schnuck Markets and selected West Coast independents have become the latest supermarket companies to launch pilot programs utilizing electronic recipe kiosks. Schnucks' kiosks — one situated in the meat/seafood department, and one in the wine department to offer appropriate pairing with meat and seafood — were installed in a newly built 63,000-square-foot suburban store that opened its doors a couple of months ago. Officials said they believe that the kiosks set them apart in ...

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