ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Schnuck Markets took its long-term commitment to specialty produce up a notch with a two-day demo aimed at familiarizing its customers with some of the not-so-common items in the fresh aisle. The presentation at one of its high-volume store here included food sampling, and giveaways and recipe cards, but most important were the cooking presentation and suggestions on using such things as elephant garlic, jicama and daikon, Schnuck officials said. "As people travel and eat ...

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