PUBLIX SABOR DEBUTS WITH NEW GRAPHICS, OFFERINGS ed its first Hispanic-themed store last week, called Publix Sabor, in this suburb of Orlando, where nearly half of the population is Latino. The 39,000-square-foot store replaced a Publix that was closed and gutted this February, and revamped with a multicolored logo; bilingual aisle signs, marketing and product labels; plus 50 different Hispanic deli offerings and expanded Hispanic offerings in all departments, including produce and dairy. ...

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