In the world of health and wellness, retailers are finding that ethnic foods can be a real ally. More than any other category, foods from other countries are not only ambassadors of different cultures and lifestyles. They often represent the essence of a cooking style rooted in tradition, using native ingredients carrying a message of authenticity and health. From hummus to green tea, supermarket retailers are discovering that health and wellness sections can easily look like a United ...

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