MIAMI -- Many retailers in heavily Hispanic neighborhoods are using an expanded offering of canned fruit nectars to sweeten their juice aisle sales. Manufacturers are courting Hispanic consumers by expanding their nectar offerings to include more tropical varieties -- like guanabana -- that are unheard of in many supermarket aisles. And astute retailers in Hispanic neighborhoods have been adding these products in a variety of package sizes and advertising them to draw shoppers. For ...

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