LIFESTYLE

Hispanic Heritage Hits the Grocery Store
Want to track Latino influence in the U.S.? You could do worse than walking the aisles of your local grocery store.
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JalapeƱo flavored chips.

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Chocolate bars with unique ingredients like pasilla chile, made in the USA by Venezuelans and given names such as "Caracas" and "Spicy Maya."

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Their popularity is obvious: Tortillas now demand their very own display instead of a small space on the shelf.

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Mexican hot sauce.

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Move over buttered popcorn - we've got spicy nacho as well as lime and salt varieties to try.

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Hot & Spicy Cheez-it crackers flavored with Tabasco sauce.

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Not quite authentic, but many American families enjoy a weekly taco night.

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Ready-to-eat flan.

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Rice comes in "Mexican", "Taco" and "Spanish" varieties.

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Frozen egg and sausage breakfast burritos.

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More burritos.

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Mexican-style popsicles means paletas in flavors such as "nuez" (pecan), and mango.

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Mole, escabeche and other canned products at the grocery store.

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Mexican beer cleverly displayed by the limes.

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Latin American-style Espresso.

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Pudding is no longer just chocolate and vanilla - now we have dulce de leche flavor.

Hispanic Heritage Hits the Grocery Store

Want to track Latino influence in the U.S.? You could do worse than walking the aisles of your local grocery store.