HIAWASSEE, Fla. -- Gooding's Supermarkets, Apopka, Fla., invited the future -- 500 cases worth of future -- into its meat cases here for a day, to feel what it would be like to fill up and merchandise an entire department with one thing in mind. That one thing is the consumer, and those 500 cases contained about 300 stockkeeping units representing the meat industry's vision of what the consumer wants, as interpreted by the Annual Meat Marketing Conference's store project subcommittee. Each ...

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