DALLAS -- Carnival Food Stores is honing its fresh-food marketing tools at a new store here that offers ethnic items such as cut fruit with a South of the Border seasoning, Mexican stew and full-bodied pigs. And the chain's first-ever service floral department in the store here is already taking orders for quinceaneras' birthday celebrations. The 17-unit Carnival Food Store chain, which markets primarily to an Hispanic population, is owned by Minyard Food Stores, Coppell, Texas, which also ...

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