Consumers would like to find more variety — variety of species, cuts and package sizes — in their supermarket meat departments, Food Marketing Institute's Power of Meat 2007 research study has revealed. The study, sponsored by Cryovac, a division of Sealed Air Corp., also showed that customers want more convenience provided in the meat department — conveniences such as cross-merchandised spices and marinades — as well as value-added products that would enable them to put a meal on their ...

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