LOS ANGELES -- Hispanic consumers shop for groceries 26 times a month at a variety of outlets, according to a new study co-sponsored by Food Marketing Institute, Washington. A portion of the study was presented last week at the third annual Expo Comida Latina here. Hispanics visit supermarkets an average of 5.4 times a month, the study said, compared with 9.2 times a month visiting bodegas or corner stores, 6.1 times a month at convenience stores, and 5.9 times a month at bakeries or ...

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