NEW YORK - Texas has its barbecue sauce, Vermont, its maple syrup. Now, New Jersey is trying to expand its food image beyond farmstand corn and tomatoes to include products like vegan gelato and asparagus salsa. At the 52nd Summer Fancy Food Show here last week, state economic development groups sponsored New Jersey's first pavilion to promote homegrown specialty foods, as states like Vermont and New York have long done. In doing so, they're hoping to capitalize on people's interest in ...

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