NEW YORK -- Brands of German food and drink took center stage last month around the country in several supermarkets that took part in Oktoberfest '95. The promotion coincided with the world-famous celebration in Munich, Germany. The in-store marketing included cooking demonstrations and samples of German groceries and beverages. The retailers taking part included Tops Markets, Wegmans Food Markets and Food Emporium in the Northeast; Harris Teeter and Bruno's in the South, and Bristol Farms ...

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