FANCY FOOD

SAN FRANCISCO -- The National Association for the Specialty Food Trade's Winter Fancy Food Show, held here last month, racked up the largest attendance for the winter show -- now in its 25th year -- since the NASFT started charging admission fees in 1988, said Ron Tanner, vice president for communications at the NASFT.Supermarkets were well represented, with 14.6% of the buyers there.There were 9,000

SAN FRANCISCO -- The National Association for the Specialty Food Trade's Winter Fancy Food Show, held here last month, racked up the largest attendance for the winter show -- now in its 25th year -- since the NASFT started charging admission fees in 1988, said Ron Tanner, vice president for communications at the NASFT.

Supermarkets were well represented, with 14.6% of the buyers there.

There were 9,000 attendees Sunday, Jan. 23; 6,500 the next day and about 3,500 on the last

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