ST. PAUL, Minn. — Kowalski’s Markets, in a new roster of culinary events this fall, is bringing customers face to face with suppliers in a classroom setting. This isn’t the first time the nine-unit independent has brought suppliers in to talk to customers about their products, but this is different. Each class hosts a supplier’s rep in a classroom rather than at a demo kiosk on the sales floor. And distributors and suppliers are providing all the food and ...

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