JACKSON, Mich. -- After attaining annual sales in excess of $10 billion, the period of exponential growth for in-store bakeries may soon be coming to a close, according to industry observers. According to the most recent study of ISBs by Kalorama Information, the New York-based research firm, the annual growth rate of retail bakery sales is expected to top out in the five-percent range due to market saturation, and the effects of store closings and market re-alignment brought about by ...

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