SN REPORT s are developing more cosmopolitan tastes, and that is helping spice up sales at the spice rack in supermarkets. Retailers and wholesalers are seeing greater demand for spices used in Chinese, Mexican, Indian and Italian dishes, particularly those who operate or supply stores in larger urban areas, where there are typically higher concentrations of ethnic groups and other consumers who increasingly are being exposed to ethnic foods. Interestingly, the merchandisers said the trend ...

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