CHICAGO -- Second-generation computer software to help meat departments increase their profitability will be available -- free -- on July 1, a Texas A&M assistant professor told a Food Marketing Institute convention seminar here earlier this month. According to Davey Griffin, assistant professor and extension meat specialist at the university, the second-generation software, called CARDS, will include data on lamb as well as beef, with data on pork to follow. CARDS is an acronym for ...
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