DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Central Market, an independent supermarket here, tuned up its specialty cheese sales with a different kind of promotion this summer. Fresh mozzarella, brie, parmesan and Cady Creek Farms' all-natural, smoked gouda and Montera, among others, were paired with fruit, tomatoes, crusty bread and crackers all merchandised to look like party fare. Meanwhile the music of The Eagles, Moody Blues and Fleetwood Mac fired up associates and customers alike. A huge flat ...

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