Each November, the Dia de Los Muertos celebration is a chance for Northgate Gonzalez Market to showcase the in-store bakery’s specialty grab-and-go items. The Anaheim, Calif.-based chain with a large Hispanic clientele builds large displays with traditional treats. The displays include items like sugar skulls, which are handmade and brought in from Mexico City, and pan de muerto, along with other food and nonfood products associated with the Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) ...
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