NFDA SHOW: FOOD TRENDS STAY THE COURSE

SAN ANTONIO -- Exhibitors at last month's National Food Distributors Association Mid-Winter Table Top Show here are staying on the courses they set in prior years when it comes to new product trends.Traditionally the first food show of the new year, NFDA has been the place to identify hot trends over the last few years. This January, however, despite plenty of new products on display and in the works,

SAN ANTONIO -- Exhibitors at last month's National Food Distributors Association Mid-Winter Table Top Show here are staying on the courses they set in prior years when it comes to new product trends.

Traditionally the first food show of the new year, NFDA has been the place to identify hot trends over the last few years. This January, however, despite plenty of new products on display and in the works, observers said that much appeared to be window dressing, fine-tuning, brand extensi

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