DENVER -- Here in cattle country, King Soopers and City Market stores have rolled out a new line of high-quality, "hand-selected" beef that's sold exclusively at the Colorado-based supermarkets. Subsidiaries of Cincinnati-based Kroger Co., King Soopers and City Market have replaced all regularly selected beef products with "Cattleman's Collection Beef." The stores rolled out the line May 2, a company source told SN. While company officials declined to talk to SN about the new items, the ...

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