Impending requirements for nutrition and country-of-origin labeling are set to crowd meat and poultry labels even further
Retailers know that shoppers have been paying closer attention to labels during the past few years. In fact, responses to a recent survey indicate that 28% of Americans are reading labels much more frequently today than a year ago. Another 31% of consumers say they are reading labels slightly more often, according to The Hartman Group's “Pulse Report: Label Reading from a Consumer Perspective,” December 2007. For meat departments, this trend has been a mixed blessing. On one hand, a ...
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