ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The salty-snack-foods category is performing well due to a variety of products, according to the Snack Food Association's annual report for 1999. The 1999 State of the Industry Report, entitled "The Right Stuff," was issued by the SFA here in conjunction with Snack Food and Wholesale Bakery. As stated in the report, the snack-food industry saw sales increase in all three markets -- food, mass merchant and drug. Total FDM sales indicated a 7.3% increase to $18 billion in ...

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