Specialty Food Magazine

APR 2012

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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UNIT SALES OF SPECIALTY FOODS Product Category Yogurt and Kefir Chips, Pretzels and Snacks Cheese and Cheese Alternatives Bread and Baked Goods Condiments, Dressings and Marinades Candy and Individual Snacks Shelf-Stable Fruits and Vegetables Frozen and Refrigerated Meats, Poultry and Seafood Energy Bars and Gels Cookies and Snack Bars Milk Carbonated Beverages Frozen Breakfast Foods Shelf-Stable Juices Water Shelf-Stable Pastas Pickles, Peppers, Olives and Other Vegetables Coffee, Coffee Substitutes and Cocoa Baking Mixes, Supplies and Flour Seasonings Soup Nuts, Seeds, Dried Fruit and Trail Mixes Refrigerated Salsas and Dips Crackers and Crispbreads Teas Refrigerated Juices and Functional Beverages Ready-to-Drink Coffee and Tea Cold Cereals Entrees and Mixes Shelf-Stable Pasta and Pizza Sauces Shelf-Stable Meat, Poultry and Seafood Beans, Grains and Rice Shelf-Stable Salsas and Dips Oils and Vinegars Frozen Desserts Shelf-Stable Functional Beverages Refrigerated Condiments Pudding and Shelf-Stable Desserts Other Dairy and Alternatives Sweeteners Eggs Conserves, Jams and Spreads Nut and Seed Butters Frozen Appetizers and Snacks Hot Cereals Frozen Juice and Beverages Refrigerated Pasta Rice Cakes Frozen Lunch and Dinner Entrees Refrigerated Pasta and Pizza Sauces Frozen Fruits and Vegetables TOTAL %PFT OPU JODMVEF TBMFT UISPVHI 8IPMF 'PPET 5SBEFS +PF T PS 8BMNBSU %PFT OPU JODMVEF QSJWBUF MBCFM TBMFT PS 1-6 JUFNT %BUB NBZ OPU FRVBM UPUBMT EVF UP SPVOEJOH 2009 # Million 441 501 536 469 395 376 333 314 205 257 196 244 219 261 197 196 200 150 184 173 167 131 134 163 154 135 117 136 137 132 138 99 89 87 72 31 64 73 63 55 35 33 20 23 18 16 10 6 3 3 2 8,189 2010 # Million 629 549 563 511 408 404 349 341 248 263 216 246 238 236 212 205 204 175 190 182 171 149 156 166 158 141 135 141 144 138 136 103 92 89 80 50 68 73 60 53 39 33 22 21 19 17 11 6 3 3 1 8,848 2011 # Million 945 586 570 536 417 414 350 345 291 273 239 238 238 237 224 210 204 195 191 184 181 168 168 168 166 151 149 147 146 144 127 103 94 90 88 72 71 70 63 53 43 34 27 26 21 18 12 6 3 3 1 9,500 % Change 2009–2011 114.3 16.9 6.2 14.2 5.6 10.2 5.2 9.8 41.8 6.2 21.6 -2.1 8.9 -9.2 13.9 7.1 2.1 30.2 3.7 6.2 8.4 28.5 25.6 3.3 7.5 12.4 27.9 8.2 6.5 8.4 -7.5 3.7 5.7 3.3 21.6 136.7 10.4 -4.6 1.3 -3.0 20.7 4.0 35.7 14.2 13.0 12.8 23.6 11.3 4.8 -4.7 -11.4 16.0 Source: .JOUFM 41*/4 /JFMTFO 5)& 45"5& 0' 5)& 41&$*"-5: '00% */%6453: [ 9A Sweet Unit sales show how much product is moving regardless of rising prices. Smaller packages that are consumed more frequently, such as Yogurt and Kefir and Chips, Pretzels and Snacks, have the swiftest unit movement.

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