Finely balanced beef market

September 2010
Meat Trades Journal;9/3/2010, Issue 1, p9
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the condition of the beef market in Great Britain. It notes the adequate supply for beef products in the country despite the strong demand for different cuts. It also mentions the continued high price for new-season lamb meat as well as the positive performance of chops and loin cuts despite the unfavorable weather condition. Furthermore, old-season lambs are also offering good value and plentiful supply.


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