Condiment sales should be cooking this summer. In interviews with 10 retailers and several leading manufacturers across the country, SN learned that: More new products are being introduced in the seasonal barbecue sauce category, while mustard and steak sauce sales and selection remain more constant. Condiment sales are aided by extensive manufacturer promotions and couponing and the usual summer sales surge. The general trend toward healthier and lighter eating should bode well for the ...

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