Sales of products like buffalo and game hens may be driven by a shopper's search for variety or for healthier, leaner meats. However, many other items — including Hispanic favorites ranging from goat to oxtail, short ribs, beef tongue and tripe — are becoming more popular due to their role in traditional ethnic dishes. “In many cases, the proliferation of less common or unusual cuts in the meat case of mainstream supermarkets is based on the growth of a particular ethnic group that is now ...
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