New case-ready products are giving the traditional meat department an edge in the competition for meal-replacement sales, said retailers gathered for a roundtable discussion about case-ready's impact on their business. The retailers -- Alan Warren, director of meat/seafood at Brodbeck Enterprises, Platteville, Wis.; John Story, senior director at Fairway Foods, Northfield, Minn.; Al Kober, meat/seafood buyer at Clemens Markets, Kulpsville, Pa.; and Bob Rowe, director of meat and seafood at ...
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