As U.S. consumers slowly acquaint themselves with the flavors of India, some retailers are stocking bite-size products that allow shoppers to taste-test the food before diving into the main course. Lubbock, Texas-based United Supermarkets, which operates 48 stores under the United Supermarkets, Market Street and United Super Mercado banners, has experienced an increase in sales of Indian-style finger foods. According to Suman Lawrence, marketing and education specialist for the living well ...

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