Urban consumers are seeing greater selection and product diversity in the grocery aisles, now that larger supermarket units are returning to the inner city. Expanded product selection enables retailers to meet the specific brand and food requests of a more ethnically varied community, thereby increasing the stores' bottom line. "Our customers don't come in just to buy specials; they buy their whole bill of groceries, which is why we concentrated so heavily on trying to get those brands ...

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