CHICAGO -- Consumers frequently use less than one-third of the cuts from the meat case and almost never use half of them, according to a study by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, Englewood, Colo. Retailers interviewed by SN agreed with the NCBA's assessment that the market was heavily slanted toward a limited number of meat cuts. However, many reported frequent use of more than one-third of their cuts, and a substantially lower percentage of rarely purchased cuts than was reported ...
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