Meating expectations

Turcsik, Richard
May 2001
Progressive Grocer;May2001, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p61
Trade Publication
Presents an overview of the meat industry in the United States for the second half of 2001. Factors contributing to the increase in beef consumption; Popularity of prepared and fully cooked products in the chicken industry; Distinguishing factor of pork products.


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