Brazilian food may be the next emerging ethnic trend, based on the country's well-developed brands that are recognized by people in Colombia and neighboring Latin American countries. In the United States, native Brazilians are pleased to find grocery products familiar to them and that provide a taste of home, according to Werner Batista, president of International Specialty Imports, Deerfield Beach, Fla. The company has grown increasingly busy implementing sections of imported Brazilian ...

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