ETHNIC SHOPPERS come in many nationalities, though Hispanic consumers from a variety of countries south of the U.S. border are the most common, with Asians a distant but potent second. “What's exciting for retailers, for the most part, is that ethnic shoppers spend more time eating at home, with most of the 21 meals a week eaten at home by ethnic consumers — and they tend to have more people around the table for each meal,” Bill Bishop, principal at Willard Bishop, Barrington, Ill., told ...
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