SCHAUMBURG, Ill. -- The authors of a new survey predict business at select supermarkets with a higher black, Hispanic and other minority clientele will significantly increase around the upcoming patriotic holidays. ACNielsen U.S., an operating unit of the ACNielsen market research firm here, recently released findings from its new Consumer Pre*View service that show a higher tendency toward "patriotic" spending among blacks, Hispanics and "other" consumers following the attacks of Sept. 11, ...

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