Recently arrived on the ethnic-food scene are products marketed to African-Americans, particularly Southern brands. While African-Americans have been eating "soul food" for generations, what is new is the number of grocery and frozen-food items targeted specifically to this group. The new ethnic entries generally come in upscale packaging and are formulated as a convenience food for the busy consumer. A recent surge of interest in Southern cooking has been fueled by the consumer pursuit of ...

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