At cooking classes at the Thibodaux, La.-based Rouses Markets, customers are taught not only how to cook different recipes, but to cook while incorporating ingredients from Louisiana and Mississippi. “We have tied in new items and new products as they’ve come into the market, and the big thing is whatever is fresh and in season, locally,” Rouses Marketing and Advertising Director Tim Acosta told SN. For Rouses, teaching shoppers new meal ideas isn’t considered ...

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