LAS VEGAS — Supermarkets can't control the price of meat but they can control how they market the department, according to an executive of the National Cattleman's Beef Association. "You can build a program around cost savings or the fact you cut the meat yourself or the quality of what you sell or selling larger package sizes or smaller packages with a lower price per unit," Trevor Amen, director of market intelligence, B2B marketing for the association, told a ...

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