Retailers are adding more blends, dry seasoning mixes and hot ethnic herbs to their spice lineup, in response to consumer demand for flavor enhancers that make a quick dinner palatable. "We've added seasoning mixes, some grilling products, pasta mixes and Mexican blends," said Mike Reuling, director of corporate brands for A&P, based in Montvale, N.J. A&P's primary supplier is McCormick & Co., Hunt Valley, Md. Where space is available, A&P uses tip cards for menu suggestions ...

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