Fancy Food for Your Taste Buds

The Fancy Food Show showcases specialty edibles from around the world. Currently in its 54th year, the show has brought thousands of good eats and beverages to New York City. Everything from cheese to tea and organic products has found its way to this year's display.

"Good Morning America" food editor Sara Moulton dropped by and scoured the aisles for the best in new and tasty products. Check out the links below to learn more about the food spotlighted on today's show and Click here to learn more about the Fancy Food Show.

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Click here for more information about the key lime graham cracker gelato.

Click here for more information on the lobster mac 'n cheese.

Click here for more information about the molasses ginger cookies.

Click here for more information about the bacon salt.

Click here for more information about the potato chips.

Click here for more information about mangosteen.

Click here for more information about the hot dogs featured.

Click here for more information about tea in a glass.

Click here for more information about the canned tuna featured.

Click here for more information about Gus cola.



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