NEW YORK — They could have gone to France, but chose Pennsylvania instead. At least that was the case for dozens of buyers who attended the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade's Summer Fancy Food Show here last week. In addition to visiting pavilions for France, Germany, Italy and dozens of other countries, many also browsed sections for Texas, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and other state-produced food and beverages. Such local fare is experiencing growing popularity ...
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