Whether it be higher retail prices or health concerns, it’s clear that retailers don’t see the LFTB controversy as the culprit behind any sales declines. At Publix — a retailer that never offered ground beef products with LFTB — the controversy did not impact ground beef sales, according to spokesperson Maria Brous. “Overall, beef pricing has increased over the past year due to commodities pricing. Our customers have followed the national average of sales ...

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