America's become a nation of pesto eaters. As fancy food eats up increasing space in supermarkets, suppliers are retooling their organizations and product assortments to make it easier for retailers to grow the category. Mergers and acquisitions have created bigger, better-equipped specialty-food companies, said Ron Tanner, vice president of communications and education for the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, New York. "Larger companies are more sophisticated in terms ...

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