An ever-expanding group of Hispanic consumers across the country, not just in traditionally diverse markets, has necessitated an increasingly flexible approach to grocery-buying policies for this sector. Retailers and industry observers agree that decisions about what Hispanic products a store should offer must be made on a case-by-case basis, centered around the makeup of a particular community, and additional efforts must be made beyond just stocking those products in stores. Studies ...
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