Foreign flavors are spicing up retail meat counters. The general popularity of ethnic food, and the growth of Hispanic and Asian communities are boosting demand for ethnic meats and driving changes in merchandising. At Jungle Jim's International Market, the meat department resembles an exotic bazaar. The Fairfield, Ohio-based retailer carries a huge assortment of specialty items, from pork bellies and pigs snouts to beef tripe, oxtails, duck heads and chicken feet. To make shopping easy, ...

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