HOUSTON -- At a time when the major food retailers are busy consolidating and creating cookie-cutter stores, Fiesta Mart has remained the quintessential neighborhood supermarket. The 50-unit chain, based here, provides this city's Hispanic community with a store they can call their own. The brightly decorated stores, which average 63,000 square feet, feature expansive assortments of affordably priced Latin American perishables and prepared foods and plenty of authentic ethnic ambience. ...
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