Two small Texas companies account for a large part of salsa sales in supermarkets. Pace from Pace Foods, San Antonio, and Old El Paso from Old El Paso Food Co., Anthony, account for about 43% of the $628.9 million sales in supermarkets throughout the United States. Hunt-Wesson's Rosarita trails in distant 10th place nationally, but is a strong third in Phoenix, where Brand Marketing checked prices at three local supermarkets. For a 16-ounce jar of medium salsa, Smith's had the lowest prices ...

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