Blends are livening up the spice aisle. In interviews with 10 retailers and several leading spice manufacturers across the country, SN learned that while the spice category as a whole may be fairly flat, the action is in spice blends, mixes and seasoned salt subcategories. Consumers, they said, are turning to spice blends and seasoned salts as an easy way to enhance the flavor of healthier but often blander tasting foods. Manufacturers, in turn, are devoting more attention to blends, ...

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