With the recent explosion of new products in the condiments category, consumers and retailers alike must choose the products best suited to their needs. For retailers, this translates into an editing process, removing weak-performing items from shelves and leaving room for those with expected staying power. Geographic location and demographics affect new product trends, but retailers across the country are trying to make room for increasingly higher-quality condiments, sources told SN. Yet ...

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