NEW YORK - Nearly every category in the supermarket has been influenced by the interest in specialty food, from imported pasta to human-grade pet food. While its $35 billion in annual sales is just a morsel of the overall food market, specialty food has been growing sales more than three times as fast as all food sales. Ann G. Daw, who took over this summer as the new president of the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, talked with SN about specialty's impact on conventional ...

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