Specialty Food Magazine


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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NEW Homemade in Minutes Soup Mixes! ™ 36 perfectly seasoned soup mixes made with premium wholesome ingredients: beans, lentils, peas, vegetables, herbs and spices. No salt added, preservatives or MSG and many gluten free! Drum roll, please... frontiersoups.com 800-300-SOUP Visit Booth 4121 Introducing...Kentucky Homestead Chicken & Rice Soup Mix (shown here) and Pacifi c Rim Gingered Carrot Soup Mix! © 2015 F. Gaviña & Sons, Inc. From our beginnings as a small custom roaster, we've grown over four generations into a business that still values family and coffee above all. And we're honored to offer the kind of there-any-time-you-need-us service, equipment, support, expertise and advice our partners have come to expect. Because, like you, our business was built one cup at a time. Come visit us at Booth # 1949. gavina.com 1.800.428.4627 /gavinacof eeco You pour your heart and soul into your business. The least we can do is help pour the cof ee. Summer Fancy Food Show Booth 4121 Summer Fancy Food Show Booth 1949 By the Numbers While the overall condiment market has declined in recent years, the specialty condi- ment category is booming, along with much of the specialty food industry. According to the 2015 "State of the Specialty Food Industry" report, produced by the Specialty Food Association and Mintel, the condi- ments, dressing, and marinades category saw 12.1 percent growth between 2012 and 2014, ranking seventh in specialty food sales last year at $1.75 billion. More consumers are showing inter- est in the specialty condiment segment. Nearly a third of specialty food consumers reported purchasing specialty condiments category spotlight DEFINING CONDIMENTS For this article, condiments cover shelf-stable products including mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup, marinades, soy sauces, and barbecue sauces, among a few other less-common offerings. From top: We Rub You Spicy Korean BBQ Marinade, Costa Peruana Aji Amarillo Organic Chile Paste, Edmond Fallot Blackcurrant Dijon Mustard 88 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE specialtyfood.com

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