ORLANDO, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie Stores is not the only chain in the market here to devote more space to Latin items. sting Hispanic food offerings a few years ago when Pueblo Xtra International closed its Xtra Superfood Centers in the region. Sales of Latin items to supermarkets have jumped about 30% in the last three years, according to specialty food supplier Marjon Specialty Foods in Plant City, Fla. "It's really rare to go into a grocery store [in Florida] and not find yucca, jicama, ...
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