DALLAS -- The salty snack aisle is heating up and is going to get hotter. Judging from the vast array of hot spices displayed at the 1996 SNAXPO Convention here, retailers can look for a preponderance of white-hot salty snacks to hit the store shelves in the months ahead. At SNAXPO, sponsored by the Snack Food Association, Alexandria, Va., suppliers of ingredients, equipment, packaging and transportation exhibited their wares. Virtually every spice manufacturer showcased a pepper, chili, ...

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