The Fine Fare/Dolcy Foods supermarket in Perth Amboy, N.J., serves multiple major ethnic groups. Guatemalan, Cuban, Jamaican, South American, other Latin American and African are among them. Store owner Steve Hanna aims to offer familiar foods that can be tough to find in most supermarkets. He has taken extensive steps to make the shopping experience in his meat department comfortable for those with varying heritages. “One of the first things we did when we opened this store was ...

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