Traditional wisdom

February 1999
Progressive Grocer;Feb99, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p87
Trade Publication
Focuses on the sales of ethnic or specialty produce. List of the elements that have laid the foundation for potential in the ethnic marketing of produce; Steps in attracting ethnic groups; Problems faced by supermarkets in developing an overall strategy for the Asian population.


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