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Goya Targets Non-Latinos; Benihana Up for Sale

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Goya is launching a new marketing campaign that will target non-Latinos who want to “spice up” their cooking.
[NY Times]

Benihana is now for sale, but the process has been complicated by squabbling between the widow of the company founder and his children.
[Wall Street Journal]

Andrea Illy, chairman and chief executive of illycaffé, offers advice on how to pull the perfect shot of espresso.
[Wall Street Journal]

Korean tacos, popular in L.A., are now readily available on the East Coast thanks to the Krave, a neon-green truck, parked in Jersey City.
[Wall Street Journal]

Walgreens recently started selling fruits and vegetables, and packaged foods like yogurt parfaits and sushi rolls.
[Diner’s Journal]

Meanwhile, after Safeways in Seattle launched in-store “Farmers’ Markets,” local farmers complained.
[Wall Street Journal]

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