Meat merchandisers are trotting out a large and varied menu of methods to try to bring their departments around to the pursuit of more value-added sales. In spot interviews across the country, retail meat executives recently told SN they will make the best of the department's offerings this year, and that includes exploiting the inherent appeal of taking enough of the preparation out of consumers' hands to make it convenient, but still allowing those consumers to participate in the cooking. ...

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