When the Torres family opened its newest Bravo store in Port Jefferson, N.Y., it knew it would attract mainstream shoppers, but it was surprised with just how many. “All types of people come here, not just Hispanics, because of our fresh food and good prices,” owner Tony Torres told SN during a store tour. Mainstream shoppers “love” the 14,000-square-foot store, which opened in this New York City suburb last year, for its vast selection of ethnic, private-label ...

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