Supermarkets have weathered the recession better than most other retail businesses. After all, people have to eat, and it still looks like shoppers are passing on restaurants and preparing more meals at home in their efforts to save money. Yet despite these trends, supermarket meat departments have been grappling with stagnant pricing and a slump in enthusiasm for special promotions for poultry during the past 18 months. Dollar sales of poultry were flat during the 52 weeks ending May 29, ...

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