ATLANTA -- Supermarkets need to give more thought to changes in chicken-consumption patterns, according to Buddy Wray, chief operating officer of Tyson Foods. "The best thing the supermarket industry can do is find out what the consumers' needs are. I think we've had too many years of footballing chicken as a price leader," Wray told attendees of the 1995 International Poultry Exposition, held here earlier this month. Tyson, a leading poultry producer, is based in Springdale, Ark. "As we ...
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