NATURALS DOMINATE PRIVATE-LABEL SHOW tute was pleased with its private-label showcase at its recent annual food show here, and will consider repeating it in the future, said Brian Tully, FMI's senior vice president of conventions. Natural and organic products dominated the offerings in the showcase, with such items as dried fruits, tea, salty snacks, salad dressings, sauces, salsa and cookies. Chicken of the Sea International even presented an all-natural tuna marketed under the Genova ...

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