When it comes to food, there are no cultural barriers, and that's certainly true of retail produce departments, where demand for fruits and vegetables with ethnic appeal has been steadily growing. The interest in exotic produce is the result of "the influx of a variety of demographics into America that support culinary diversity on the produce shelf, the desire to eat more healthfully, and the growing exposure through television and restaurants to imported produce and new breeds of hybrid ...

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