Sources: Packaged Facts and SN research sales: $305.9; 2009 retail sales: $1,325.0; % Change: 333.14% Nuevo Latino, often described as a modern interpretation of traditional Latin food, or traditional cooking with an American twist, started in South Florida in the 1990s and has gained popularity across the country, helped by new players and greater distribution. Thus flavors like tamarind, guava and papaya are making their way into mainstream beverages, and American fare, especially ...

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