WASHINGTON -- As more fresh meat is sold case-ready, efforts to make that product "returnable container-ready" are moving ahead at a quickening pace. More accurately, the focus is on making a better match between returnable shipping containers and consumer meat packaging. In line with that, a group representing the reusable pallet and container industry later this month will issue a report detailing a foundation for expanding the use of returnable plastic containers to ship case-ready meat ...

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