PALM SPRINGS, Calif. -- Independent retailers are challenging manufacturers to change the way they think about the Hispanic population and other ethnic segments. That was the message that came through loud and clear during two panels -- on efficient store assortment and efficient product introductions -- during the 13th annual Mexican American Grocers Association conference here. Retail panelists and others repeatedly urged manufacturers to adjust their focus within the independent ...

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