WICHITA, Kan. — Retailers participated this past month in a promotion designed to sell more ground beef and to get customers to vote — vote for their favorite type of burger, that is. Sponsored by Cargill Meat Solutions, a subsidiary of Minneapolis-based Cargill, the promotion encouraged retail customers — via colorful red, white and blue posters, wobblers and on-pack stickers — to cast their vote in the Burger Debate of '08. In-store materials advised them to go to burgerdebate.com and ...
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