MINNEAPOLIS -- The meat industry could be cutting a new direction for itself. That is, if the future paths envisioned by some featured speakers at the American Meat Institute/Food Marketing Institute Meat Marketing Conference here two weeks ago are followed. Supermarket beef sales have been slipping, and some industry leaders here said retailers must become more consumer-oriented and more willing to revamp their operations in order to maintain profitability. In the keynote address, Al ...

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