USA: Ethnic food & drink: viva internationale! (COMMENT)
Ethnic supermarkets are attracting consumers of all cultures in droves. US consumers are increasingly turning to ethnic supermarkets to get away from the typical mass-produced offerings of convenience stores and major supermarket chains. This shift in consumer behaviour towards a higher acceptance of exotic flavours signals the need for traditional grocers and manufacturers to spice up their own product portfolios.
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