The specialty-foods business is growing at an exponential rate, and some supermarket retailers have added a wider assortment of specialty products across departments. spending, account for between 38% and 52% of specialty-food sales. Moreover, these items are usually the higher-margin products sold at full price, an added perk for the retailer (see chart at right). This supplement takes a closer look at specialty foods and answers these and other questions: What subcategories are ...

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