Specialized health and beauty care products for African American consumers is a category few retailers can afford to be without. While many retailers are now focusing on ethnic products, especially for the burgeoning Hispanic population, displays of products for African Americans have been part of supermarket HBC sections for many years. However, while later generations of Hispanic customers tend to acculturate and gravitate to mainstream formulations of national-brand products, ...

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