Changing U.S. household sizes is another demographic trend that meat departments should pay close attention to, noted John Lundeen, senior executive director of market research for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Whether it’s empty nesters, young singles, roommates or couples without children, the number of one- and two-person households is on the rise. Family packs and value bundles certainly still have their place, but members of these smaller households will be ...

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