LAS VEGAS -- Independent retailers can compete with big chains and supercenters in the specialty foods category, according to industry sources at the recent National Grocers Association convention. This year's show placed a strong emphasis on specialty foods, and a big section of the show floor was dedicated to the genre, including ethnic foods, one of seven "concept areas" that were featured for the first time this year. More than 86% of the 140 retailers surveyed for the NGA by Dakota ...

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