NEW YORK -- The National Association for the Specialty Food Trade here is encouraging supermarkets to join the trade association under a new category called General Member. Of the 25,770 attendees at the Fancy Food Show held here in July, 855 individuals were registered from supermarkets or specialty supermarkets, according to the NASFT. Supermarkets represent 65% to 80% of the volume of sales for specialty-food products, said spokeswoman Jennifer Leuzzi. They are becoming increasingly ...
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