Tortillas are overachievers among non-dairy items in dairy cases. Unlike refrigerated pasta and dough products, tortillas thrived during the anti-carb storm, and continue to enjoy healthy growth. A staple in Hispanic homes, tortillas have broadened their appeal with Anglos looking for alternatives to traditional breads. At Olean, N.Y.-based Olean Wholesale Grocery Co-op, dairy, frozen food and bakery buyer Mark Kowalski said the refrigerated tortilla category has grown enough at the ...

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