NEW YORK — Unique spices, attractive gift baskets and locally produced foods are among the specialty items consumers desire, retailers told SN at the Summer Fancy Food Show, held here last week. Whole Foods' prepared foods coordinator Andrew Roberts said that the local movement is growing. “People want to know where the products they eat come from,” he said. Catering to retailers in search of such products, the show, run by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, included ...

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