For many retailers, sales of naturally raised meat and poultry continue to grow, while organic and grass-fed beef sales stumble
Meat raised without artificial hormones or antibiotics, sometimes called “all natural,” can create a valuable point of difference, but it takes a lot of time and work communicating with shoppers, supermarket retailers told SN. What counts most, they said, is partnering with producers that can guarantee a consistent supply, and then explaining to shoppers what “natural” means — that no artificial hormones or antibiotics were used in the production of a brand line, for example. Stew ...
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