For members of the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic population, an ethnic section in an elusive corner of the store just isn't going to cut it. That's why mainstream retailers like Sam's Club, United Supermarkets and Publix Super Markets are opting for formats that cater to Hispanics in areas of the country where the demographic's growth has been particularly pronounced. Stores that are surrounded by what has proven to be a very loyal, brand-conscious customer base have been able to attract ...
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