AUSTIN, Texas — H.E. Butt Grocery Co. has remodeled a store here with several new features targeting Hispanic shoppers. The store added 6,000 square feet, accommodating a masa factory for grinding corn in the store, a tortilleria and a Hispanic-focused butcher shop, according to a report in the Austin Statesman. The store, which had been open 30 years before the $7 million renovation, is the first in the chain to have these features, the newspaper reported. "When we ...
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