BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Small regional companies have important roles to play in retail meat cases and in the food safety education of retailers, wholesalers and consumers. That's according to the American Meat Institute's Mary Alice McKenzie, the first chairwoman in AMI's 90-year history. She officially takes over from Carl W. Kuehne as of this month's annual convention in Toronto. "My company is a very small, family-owned, specialty meat company, so it's a really different perspective that I ...

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