MINNEAPOLIS -- The country's Hispanic population -- previously concentrated in the West, Southwest and Southeast -- is spreading northward and eastward, and right into the local in-store bakery. Filipe Korzenny, director of the Center for the Study of Hispanic Marketing, Florida State University, and co-founder of the Cheskin research/marketing group, said Hispanics are avid consumers of bakery products. "The biggest component in the U.S. Hispanic market -- about 67% of it -- is Mexican, ...

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