They haven't quite made it into the mainstream shopping cart yet, but Hispanic-style cheeses such as queso blanco and queso fresco offer important customer convenience in many conventional supermarkets, and continue to be must-have items for grocers that primarily serve Hispanic shoppers. Retailers told SN that, over the last two or three years, they've either brought in Hispanic cheese for the first time, or have added stockkeeping units at selected sites. The idea is to have it there for ...

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