WOOSTER, Ohio -- The successful introduction of more value-added products helped propel growth in the Certified Angus Beef Program run by the American Angus Association here to a 9.7-million-pound annual total, up 58% from the prior year. It's the 10th year that growth has averaged at least 24%, said officials. Standout products included a precooked sirloin steak with bourbon sauce, prepackaged deli meats and a variety of heat-and-eat entrees. But it was ground beef, including case-ready ...
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