ST. PAUL, Minn. — Window clings, grocery-bag ads and in-store demonstrations are among the ways Minnesota supermarkets are supporting a revamped statewide effort to get wine sold in food stores. Knowlan's Super Markets, Kowalski's, Cub Foods and Miners, among others, are involved in the Minnesota Grocers Association's “Wine with Dinner” proposal to allow stores with at least 8,000 square feet of retail space to sell wine. Supervalu's Cub Foods stores are using new Wine with Dinner grocery ...

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