HISPANIC SHOPPERS aren't the only ones looking for authentic tamales, plantains and masa. In this age of foodies, some mainstream consumers are forgoing taco kits in favor of genuine dishes and ingredients. That's good news for independent Hispanic markets, and for mainstream retailers that operate Hispanic banner stores. “For a lot of retailers, it may be in their best interest to promote some of these traditional foods to non-Latino people who are discovering Cuban cooking or Spanish ...
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