At what point does a speciality product that's in limited distribution tip to the side of becoming a mainstream product that's carried by numerous supermarkets? The answer is the obvious one: when sales of a product become large enough to warrant investment from the producer side. Sometimes, publicity surrounding speciality product as it becomes increasingly popular can spur the move toward mainstream. Regardless of the impetus, as sales start to build in a predictable fashion, producers ...
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