There's a new Hispanic trend that could have a huge impact on supermarkets. But so far it's only emerged outside of food stores, such as in restaurants and the world of music. That trend is Hispanic fusion. Put simply, Hispanics whose roots trace to various nations are blending their cultures. This trend is impacting acculturated Hispanics who were born and educated in the U.S., and even immigrants who came here when very young. "There's a pride in being Hispanic," said Paul Mena, senior ...
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