QUEENS, N.Y. -- Ethnic groceries are becoming readily available in many supermarkets across the country, and especially in major metropolitan areas like New York -- home to large numbers of immigrants and non-white shoppers. In the borough of Queens, for example, major chains have become veritable cornucopias of food from around the world. SN visited one unit each of Waldbaum's, a division of A&P, Montvale, N.J.; Pathmark Stores, based in Woodbridge, N.J.; and Edwards Super Food Stores, ...

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