NEW YORK -- Sheep heads, lamb's eyes, pig's feet and good ol' pork intestines. These items, sold in a number of select supermarket meat cases, may not appeal to most Americans, but they're part of the traditional diets enjoyed by a number of ethnic groups. And in the supermarket industry, as in any retail industry, it's important for retailers to recognize the unique ethnic compositions of the various neighborhoods in which they operate, and adjust their product mixes accordingly. For many ...

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