U.S. imports are on the rise, and neither the challenges of overseas sourcing nor unpredictable delivery schedules are slowing down retailers' enthusiasm for foreign-made foods and general merchandise, industry distributors told SN. "Demand for imports is up because people are traveling more to different parts of the world and they want to try different recipes, and the media is full of cooking shows that make some of these foods more popular and people want to get the ingredients at the ...
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