NEW YORK -- Central and South American foods were among the items that made an impression on select mainstream supermarkets at the Expo Comida Latina, a Hispanic food and beverage trade show held here for the first time after launching on the West Coast. Robert Partridge, Safeway's Hispanic-food marketing coordinator, said he noticed a variety of Central and South American foods and beverages that could be appropriate for some of the supermarket chain's stores, especially those in Baltimore ...
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