ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Grocers Association said it has awarded “Silver Plate” prizes to Knowlan’s Super Markets and Pete’s County Market for their work in an anti-hunger campaign. The retailers, along with two of their suppliers, were recognized for their efforts in the 2012 “Minnesota’s Own” display contest, which sought to raise awareness and funds for community food banks and other food charities. The program provided more than ...

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