Classes held at supermarkets may conjure thoughts of basic Crock-Pot dinners and 20-minute spaghetti dishes, but many are going beyond the standard recipe walk-throughs. For instance, Ball’s Food Stores in Kansas City, Kan., uses classes as a way to promote its commitment to local growers and producers. The Hen House banner has extension agents come in to teach proper food preservation. These lessons can come in handy for customers who want to eat local produce off ...
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