Kids aren't the only ones dusting off their thinking caps this back-to-school season. Food retailers are likewise getting into the spirit by devising crafty plans for capitalizing on this lucrative time of year. Efforts enlisting participation from local schools seem especially clever. Some even center on lessons with potential to become part of the curriculum. Take, for instance, an ingenious plan being considered by C&K Market, Brookings, Ore. (see story on Page 29). It's tossing ...
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