DALLAS -- The newest Albertson's unit here includes the chain's most extensive ethnic hair care center, part of an overall effort by the retailer to cater to the area's large African-American community. The two-sided aisle, which occupies 96 linear feet, offers an expanded assortment of ethnic hair color products, synthetic hair and a large assortment of combs, picks, bobby pins and curling irons, according to Jeannette Duwe, spokeswoman, Albertson's. It has about 700 to 800 stockkeeping ...

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