ATLANTA -- Kroger's division here is focusing on tropical produce items at its cooking school, with the help of a tropical supply house based in Florida. here. Sponsored by Brooks Tropicals, a grower-shipper in Homestead, Fla., the classes will use tropical fruits and vegetables as ingredients. "We think this will be a great way to introduce people to tropicals," said Robin Sprague, marketing manager for Brooks. Officials at Kroger's Atlanta division declined to comment. Brooks coined the ...

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