DENVER — The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, in a program dubbed Middle Meat Mania, is encouraging retailers to take advantage of lower-than-average wholesale prices to promote beef middle meat cuts for this summer’s grilling season. Beef middle meat cuts from the rib, loin and sirloin are lower in price than average due to an increase in supply. According to Cattle-Fax, wholesale prices for beef middle meat cuts have declined to 2005-2006 levels. Since steaks usually are the top ...

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