ATLANTA -- Coarse ground chuck may not appear to qualify as a value-added product, but there it sat alongside cornbread-stuffed pork chops and pinwheels Florentine at the Publix Super Market SN visited here. ce was $2.59 a pound -- the same as for regular ground chuck offered in another case. The product, looking like it had been gathered fresh from the large-hole plate on the meat grinder, lay in overlapped strings nearly half an inch in diameter. On overwrapped trays, a handful of ...

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