ORLANDO, Fla. — Retailers need to think about global food trends in terms of the whole store, not just a “dusty ethnic aisle,” said Laurie Demeritt of The Hartman Group, in a presentation at the Food Marketing Institute’s Future Connect conference here on Tuesday. “Consumers are learning about new cuisines, and new ways to cook, and they are looking to you for help,” she told the audience of food retailers and suppliers. Ethnic foods involve the whole ...

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