MINNEAPOLIS -- A new computer program is being developed by the National Livestock and Meat Board to assist retailers in the pricing and promoting of meat products. Using the acronym Champps, meaning Corporate Headquarters Assisted Meat Pricing and Promotion System, the program should be available by next year, said Dick Shulman, president of Richard Shulman Associates, a consultant to the board. The new computer program is building upon the Computer Assisted Retail Decision Support ...
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