With more than one million immigrants joining the ranks of U.S. citizens each year, it’s probably no surprise that sales of ethnic foods are exploding. According to a new report from Mintel International, sales of ethnic eats should grow about 20 percent in the next four years. Mexican and other Hispanic foods represent the biggest chunk of the ethnic foods market, with about two-thirds of sales. But even Mexican has gone pretty mainstream: Nearly six in 10 respondents to the Mintel survey ...

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