MIAMI -- As the supermarket of the future takes on a decidedly more ethnic flavor, mainstream retailers would do well to emulate what independent grocers are doing to attract and retain Hispanic and Asian shoppers, consultant Thomas Tseng told an audience at a trade show here. Strategies to follow imitate those of chains that are true ethnic markets, like the California-based examples Tseng offered -- El Gigante and 99 Ranch. If a retailer wants to cater to these shoppers on a more limited ...

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