Grocery Stores Vie for Immigrant Customers

The immigrant population in Gwinnett County, north of Atlanta, has exploded over the past 10 years, and four national ethnic supermarket chains have opened large supermarkets to compete for the business of the mostly Latino and Asian immigrants in the community.



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