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Specialty foods are no longer limited to a small segment of the US market, but have become and continue the trend...
1.2 Size of marketThe US is the third largest country with a population of over 313 million, making it one of the largest consumer markets.
1.3 Trends in US Specialty Foods Market
As noted previously, total sales of specialty foods in the US in 2010 were $70.3 billion, with $14.4 billion represented by sales to the food service industry.
1.4 Trends in US Ethnic Foods Market
While there is a difference between specialty and ethnic foods in that the latter tends to be low in price and high in quantity, there is definite overlap between the two.