U.S. specialty food sales growth by retail channel 2017 & 2019

Specialty food sales growth in the United States between 2017 and 2019 , by retail channel

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Release date

July 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

2019

Supplementary notes

Specialty foods are defined as foods or beverages of the highest grade, style, and/or quality in their respective categories. Their specialty nature derives from a combination of some or all of the following qualities: uniqueness, origin, processing method, design, limited supply, unusual application or use, extraordinary packaging, or channel of distribution/sales.
Mainstream stores are MULO or Multi Outlet, representative of following channels: Total US Grocery, Mass, Total U.S. Drug, Total Walmart, Dollar, Military, and Club. Does not include sales through Whole Foods Market or Trader Joe’s. Does not include private label sales, specialty food perishables, PLU or random weight specialty items sold in bakery, deli, meat, and seafood, or online sales.

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