Dollar Sales $793,543,200 % Change From Last Year 18.8 ding beef, pork, veal, chicken and turkey products, are hot sellers. Sales of private-label and branded, fixed-weight products continued to grow at a healthy pace, fueled in part by the high-protein, low-carb diet trend, higher retail prices and a host of new products. For the 52 weeks that ended June 13, meat and poultry sales at supermarkets only jumped 18.8%, to $793.5 million. Within the category, sales of refrigerated uncooked ...
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