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New research finds that sales of specialty foods and drink in the UK will rise 4.4% a year to 2006. Many have already turned to specialty food and drink, finding mass-market brands increasingly uninspiring. In the future, the market won't just be for affluent media types: supermarkets will raise the profile of specialty food and drink and bring them to a wider audience.


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