LUBBOCK, Texas — United Supermarkets has positioned its new Amigos banner to be a destination for Hispanics and other consumers alike. “We want this to be more than a traditional ethnic store,” Juan Enchinton, business development manager of innovation for United's international stores division, told SN. “We want to be a destination for everyone.” Initial results from the first unit prove it's achieving just that. “We've found that some of our mainstream guests are coming in more ...

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