THIBODAUX, La. — Where they can, supermarket retailers are making a big thing of cooking local products outside, or right in front of their customers, offering samples throughout the day, and generally creating excitement around food preparation. The message is clear: it’s freshly made. They’re also promoting their brand at community events. “We are doing a lot more onsite cooking at events across South Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. For Saints games ...

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