SEATTLE -- Uwajimaya, a three-unit Asian specialty grocery/gift shop here, has been courting Asian and non-Asian customers alike with special "foods weeks" during which specific ethnic fare is featured. The most recent was "Philippine Foods Week" which occurred earlier this month and was timed to coincide with Philippines Independence Day. Center Store grocery items featured during Philippine Foods Week included Royal Blossom Jasmine Rice, $7.99 for a 20-pound bag; Chaokoh coconut milk, 69 ...

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