ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Retailers are fine-tuning their approach to the ethnic consumer through expanded private-label offerings and packaging changes, industry executives told SN last week during the annual Private Label Manufacturers Association trade show. For example, BJ's Wholesale Club, Natick, Mass., is looking to develop private-label lines to complement the spectrum of branded ethnic products currently offered in the club chain's stores. The retailer offers national-brand grocery items ...

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