As grilling season winds down, retailers tweak product mixes and displays, and try new ways to keep meat sales up
Winter's just around the corner, and high-end steaks and ribs are giving way to roasts and stuffed pork chops. After the high-ticket steak sales of summer, there's an expected drop in dollar sales, but retailers said that's not a worry. First of all, the holiday selling season is coming, and meanwhile, they're selling roasts, braising meats, bone-in hams and oxtails in volumes that make up for faltering dollar sales at the end of summer. “We don't see a big dip in meat sales this time of ...
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