Specialty Food Magazine

SUMMER 2015

Specialty Food Magazine is the leading publication for retailers, manufacturers and foodservice professionals in the specialty food trade. It provides news, trends and business-building insights that help readers keep their businesses competitive.

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AUSTRIAN PAVILION JACOB K. JAVITS CONVENTION CENTER, LEVEL 3 BOOTH: ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA INFORMATION: 3214 The Austrian Exhibitors 3232 Agrarmarkt Austria Marketing | www.ama.at top cheese from Austria 3218 Biomega | www.biomega.eu Baobab - the fruit of the future 3216 cargo-partner | www.cargo-partner.com hands-on service and qualified expertise 3226 Gunz | www.gunz.cc comprehensive range of foods and beverages 3210 Maresi Austria | www.maresi.at Maresi Vienna Ice Coffee 3220 Omi's Apfelstrudel Fruchtsaft | www.omis-apfelstrudel.at Omi's Apfelstrudel fruit juice 3212 RAUCH | www.rauch.cc fruit juices & Carpe Diem Kombucha 3222 SunnyGrapes Austria | www.sunnygrapes.at Austrian quality wines 3208 Walter Heindl | www.heindl.co.at exquisite confectionery and innovative wafer products 3224 Weingut JbN-Jägersberger Neudörfl | www.winery-jbn.com the exclusive Austrian answer to Amarone and Port 3200 Wewalka | www.wewalka.at fresh dough products For more Information ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA New York T +1 212 421 52 50 F +1 212 421 52 51 E newyork@advantageaustria.org W www.advantageaustria.org/us Fancy Food Show 2015 www.advantageaustria.org trends & happenings Summer Fancy Food Show Booth 3200 Ice Cream and Beer: A Happy Marriage Ben & Jerry's in a beer bot- tle? Now we're talking. The famous ice cream company is teaming up with New Belgium Brewery to make Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, a limited-edition beer debut- ing this fall. The collaboration is grounded in a campaign that will champion cutting carbon pollution and support sustainable agriculture.—D.S. RETAIL & FOODSERVICE REBOUND IN 2015 Food prices have been on the rise in recent years, but 2015 is expected to provide some respite for grocers and foodservice purveyors facing a recover- ing economy. According to the Food Institute, the diminishing recession and other indicators are making way for better economic conditions for the retail food and restaurant sectors. Grocery store sales have been somewhat slug- gish in early 2015, with a 3.1 percent increase at retail. Grocery sales overall, however, are still on the rise. Burgeoning grocery sales at alter- native outlets such as drugstores and warehouse clubs have helped, and online food shopping and mail-order sales have proven to be a booming segment for the retail industry. In the restaurant and foodservice segment, things are looking even better, with sales up 9 percent in the frst quarter. —Emily Crowe This story originally appeared in Specialty Food News. Read the full article at specialtyfood.com/news. Denise Shoukas is a contributing editor to Specialty Food Magazine; Stephanie Cain and Emily Crowe are regular contributors to Specialty Food News. 22 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE specialtyfood.com

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