PERTH AMBOY, N.J. — Rows of whole goats hanging in a walk-in meat cooler, and huge pots of sancocho simmering in the deli make this store stand out even in a town that's not very conventional itself. A part of the Fine Fare chain of supermarkets, Fine Fare/Dolcy Foods, which opened here in December, can already claim a loyal group of customers, according to Steve Hanna, the store's owner. Perth Amboy's population of just over 50,000 includes several major ethnic ...

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