ST. PAUL, Minn. -- After nearly four years of being strictly conventional, Kowalski's Markets has dived back into organic produce -- and this time around, the water's fine. Partly, it's timing; organics are gaining greater acceptance all over. However, the five-unit independent here has raised the ante by providing education to its shoppers about organics and how they differ from conventional produce, and that is helping too, said Kowalski's officials. Kowalski's experimented with organics ...

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