It pays to specialize

Major, Meg
February 2004
Progressive Grocer;2/15/2004, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p50
Trade Publication
Deals with the demand for specialty perishables in the U.S. grocery trade in 2004. Factors behind the demand for specialty foods; Services and expertise provided by specialty food distributors to food retailers or supermarkets; Significant role of ethnic cuisine in the specialty foods industry, according to industry experts.


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