PARIS -- A number of U.S. food manufacturers and distributors came here last week for the biennial SIAL trade show hoping to establish a firmer base for exports to Western Europe. With some international business already in hand either in the Pacific Rim or Latin America, or both, the suppliers and distributors said they are now targeting Western Europe as a potential growth area. SIAL, the Salon International de L'Alimentation, the premier French food industry trade show at the Parc des ...

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