With Americans more willing to tempt their palates than ever before, and more products coming onto the market all the time, retailers are finding the spice aisle definitely affected by the quest for shelf space. Spices and seasoning, excluding salt and pepper, were a $1 billion category across the three main channels for the year ended Oct. 8, according to Information Resources Inc., Chicago. The food channel's share was $951,849,856, a 2.5% increase. Units sold in supermarkets also ...

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