Many shoppers still lack basic cooking skills and struggle to come up with new ideas for preparing meals at home, according to a recent protein labeling study sponsored by the National Pork Board, The Beef Checkoff program and Yerecic Label. The study's findings were based on nine consumer focus groups conducted by Shugoll Research on Nov. 5-13 in Chicago, Los Angeles and Bethesda, Md. Although the recession has led many shoppers to conserve their food budgets by cooking at home more ...

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