Once, ethnic Americans had to fight for their rights. But now mainstream American supermarkets are starting to fight for their dollars, and realizing that a good many of those dollars are being spent on specialized health and beauty care products. Marketing effectively to ethnic populations requires a sociologist's knowledge and a merchant's skill. The wants and needs of different ethnic populations -- including African-Americans, Hispanics and Asians -- are as vast as the world itself. ...

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