LAS VEGAS — A significant shift in U.S. demographics promises to challenge the health care system — and by extension supermarkets that offer health and wellness products and services — as ethnic minorities prepare to become the majority by the year 2042. While the public sector strives to accommodate minorities who might be uninsured and earning lower incomes, mainstream supermarkets will have to fight to capture a greater share of ethnic shopper spending on health care products, according ...

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