Cookbooks and magazines offer retailers an easy way to incorporate the know-how and resources that are important to offering a complete kitchen solution into their housewares departments, sources told SN. "We combine quite a bit on the information side by integrating our restaurant and cooking books, and offering an extensive variety of magazines and books in the Essentials department," said Russ Ruby, vice president, sales and marketing, Larry's Markets, Kirkland, Wash. Having the ...

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