Center Store is becoming a melting pot for spicy specialty products. Such foods, along with ethnic sauces and beverages from the Mexican, Latin American, Indian, Jamaican and Thai cultures, are quickly gaining in popularity, according to retailers. "We've really expanded on our specialty foods category within the last two to three years," Craig McKenzie, operations manager at Region VII for Charlotte, N.C.-based Harris Teeter, told SN from his Atlanta office. "We've had great success. ...

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