CHICAGO -- From fresh tomatillos and imported ancho chiles to thin-cut flank steak and tamales to go, retail food competition is hot in Pilsen, one of Chicago's largest Mexican communities, with stores courting Hispanic clientele and boosting their sales by stocking up on fresh Mexican products. Major Chicagoland chains, such as Dominick's and Jewel, that have chosen to incorporate a wide range of Mexican items into their fresh-food offerings in Pilsen are vying for business with small, ...

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