NEW YORK -- This year's International Fancy Food & Confection show held here saw a 7.7% increase in buyers and exhibitors over last year, according to show organizers, as well as an increase in diversity. "The biggest change was 42 foreign countries showing products, compared with 32 last year, so there was a great increase, particularly from North Africa -- Tunisia and Morocco -- a bigger international presence than usual," said Ron Tanner, vice president for communications and ...

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