Sales of specialty sauces and seasonings have soared in recent years, despite the sluggish economy. Some industry participants attribute this phenomenon to an ever-increasing demand for local products. Others believe it's because shoppers have been eating out less and cooking more at home. Whatever the reason, the hottest new sauces and seasonings are region-centric and chock full of unique ingredients. At Detroit-based Hiller's Markets, shoppers routinely choose local sauces and ...
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