JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Foodmart International here is betting that its global assortment of fresh foods -- from bok choy to tanks brimming with live fish -- is what it needs to build up a loyal cadre of ethnic customers, while also attracting mainstream shoppers by introducing them to a wealth of unfamiliar products. The 138,000-square-foot Foodmart offers shoppers a broad range of ethnically oriented fresh foods, especially produce, seafood and meat items. In an interview with SN, president ...

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