HUNT VALLEY, Md. - More exotic flavors will curry favor with consumers this year, McCormick predicted in its annual Flavor Forecast. The leading spice company here, working with some of the country's top chefs, TV personalities and cookbook authors, declared that the most-demanded spices would be anise, marjoram, sesame, caraway, paprika, saffron and chai (a blend of cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and pepper), driven by an increase in travel abroad, immigration and number of ethnic restaurants. ...

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