International Foodies is an importer of exotic foods from all over the world. You landed a summer internship with the company and discovered that their product lists and the suppliers they buy from are stored in Excel workbooks. You offer to help by using your newly gained knowledge of Access to create a relational database for them. You will begin by importing the workbooks from Excel into a new Access database. Your manager mentions that she would also like a table that specifies food categories so that you can relate the products you sell to specific categories in the database. You will create a table from scratch to track categories, create relationships between the tables, and create some baseline queries.Start Access. Open the downloaded Access file named Exp19_Access_Ch2_Cap_Foodies. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename. Save the file to the location where you are storing your files.You will examine the data in the downloaded Excel worksheets to determine which fields will become the primary keys in each table and which fields will become the foreign keys so that you can join them in the database.Open the Suppliers.xlsx Excel workbook, examine the data, and close the workbook. Open the Products.xlsx Excel workbook, examine the data, and close the workbook.You will import two Excel workbooks that contain supplier and product information into the database.Click the External Data tab, click New Data Source, point to From File in the Import & Link group, and then select Excel. Navigate to and select the Suppliers.xlsx workbook to be imported as a new table in the current database. Select First Row Contains Column Headings. Set the SupplierID field Indexed option to Yes (No Duplicates). Select SupplierID as the primary key when prompted and accept the table name Suppliers. Do not save the import steps.