When Winn-Dixie noticed a large number of Brazilian customers at its Miami-area stores, it responded by offering Brazilian foods. In Orlando and Jacksonville, it's begun adding British foods to several stores to cater to burgeoning British expat communities there. Lately, it's been monitoring growing demand by refugees from Yugoslavia who have settled in Florida in the past several years. Other conventional supermarkets have discovered there's more to ethnic food than salsa and soy sauce. ...
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