In the last two years, the popularity of Greek foods has increased to the point that they are no longer being imported just by ethnic companies, but by mainstream companies, too, such as Kraft, according to Eric Moscahlaidis, president of Krinos Foods, Long Island City, N.Y., one of the largest importers of Greek foods to the United States. There is a trend toward convergence, with ethnic foods becoming more and more integrated into retailers' regular sections. It's not uncommon to find ...
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