PHOENIX -- Nash Finch Co. plans to implement a complete case-ready meat program in one of its corporate stores by the early part of 1995. The new program will replace the store's fresh meats, which are now cut and wrapped by in-store meatcutters, with products prepackaged by suppliers. It will include both beef and pork, as well as poultry, which is already received case-ready. George Baker, director of meat operations for the Minneapolis-based wholesale grocer, spoke about the company's ...

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