Exotic meats remain a small, niche category, but retailers that market and sample these items say they can help a meat department stand out
Thrill-seeking carnivores have a lot to look forward to this grilling season, with a growing number of supermarkets now stocking a wide variety of exotic meats, from buffalo to alligator. Although the exotics segment remains a tiny player in the conventional supermarket channel, many retailers are attempting to differentiate themselves by providing a one-stop shop for customers looking to try something new, something healthier, or something called for in a traditional ethnic recipe. “We ...
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