CHICAGO -- A wide array of specialty foods and wines was on display at the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade's recent third annual Spring/Midwest Fancy Food Show at McCormick Place here. The show boasted more than 800 exhibitors, with 100 new additions. An estimated 13,000 specialty food and beverage buyers attended the show to sample over 40,000 products. According to Ron Tanner, vice president of communications for the New York-based NASFT, the Midwest is fertile ground ...
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