NEW YORK — Baby food experienced the largest sales growth in the specialty food market between 2006 and 2008, according to the annual State of the Specialty Food Industry, by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, Mintel International and SPINS. Specialty baby food generated $58 million in sales at retail (excluding Wal-Mart and Trader Joe’s), a 69% increase from 2006, according to the report. “People are looking for more specialty baby food,” said Ron Tanner, NASFT’s vice ...

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