Consumers are acquiring a stronger taste for the exotic. Retailers report sales of ethnic foods, particularly foods from Thailand and India, as well as Mexico and other Hispanic cultures, are on the rise, with no crest in sight. Plus, the ingredients used in ethnic foods are increasingly becoming mainstream. For example, traditional Thai foods such as coconut milk, peanut sauce, jasmine rice and lemon grass are now being incorporated into American dishes like pizza and grilled chicken. The ...

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