NEW YORK -- The convenience trend sweeping the food industry is not only changing the way meals are prepared, but also flavored -- and consumers are finding solutions in the spice aisle through a growing number of spice blends, retailers and industry observers told SN. While the majority of meals are cooked under tight time constraints, consumers still want their foods to taste good. By combining two or more spices, blends can provide a boost of flavor to familiar foods with minimum effort, ...

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