DALLAS - Minyard Food Stores opened a 56,000-square-foot Carnival prototype here last month offering an array of amenities designed to appeal to Hispanic shoppers. Among them: A cocina (kitchen) offering a variety of freshly made authentic Mexican foods available for sale at breakfast, lunch and dinner, in a section geared to family dining and designed to look like a village square, with 14 oak tables under festive ceiling lights, with TV screens airing Spanish-language programs. A ...

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