NEW YORK -- The supermarket cooking school is the ultimate demo, according to Cathy Cochran-Lewis, manager of the food education demonstration program and cooking school at Central Market, Austin, Texas. "It doesn't get any better in terms of communicating to the consumer about product and quality [than] during a two- or three-hour class," she said. Cochran-Lewis was one of the panelists for a seminar on partnering with suppliers to increase sales through in-store demos, held here last ...
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