TORONTO -- Case-ready meat is still on the move, reaching small independents, who are embracing the concept for the first time and extending to new items in meat cases everywhere. r owner had made a decision on consumer-ready products and he was very dedicated to it," said Kelly Walker, corporate meat director of Herb's Foods in Laughton, Okla. "We've made the program work for us -- we've been on a case-ready program now for four years and enjoy a lot of success out of [it]," said Walker, ...

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