FORT LEE, N.J. -- The Food Emporium's new store here is targeting this community's burgeoning Asian population with an extensive assortment of Japanese groceries. Lining one side of an aisle, the section contains 24 feet of dry grocery and a 4-foot cooler of Japanese specialty products. The department -- which is located in the same aisle as soup, salad dressing, pickles and condiments -- begins with large bags of Japanese rice placed below several varieties of rice cookers. It also offers ...

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