PARIS -- This year's SIAL 2002 food-and-beverage trade show here, showcasing edibles from around the globe, will feature several new components, including areas dedicated to processed foods and teas. es. New elements for the 2002 show will include: One combined area for processed foods, bringing together the delicatessen, preserved products and deep frozen-foods sectors into one large area in Hall 5. The Tea Trail: a tea pavilion in the heart of the grocery section in Hall 5B, devoted to ...

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