Beef from vitamin E-supplemented cattle, reported to keep its bloom much longer than regular beef, is due to hit the shelves as early as this summer, promising to revolutionize the meat industry in more ways than one. "Our meatcutters said there's a definite difference. It looked better for a longer period of time," said John Story, the senior director of meat and deli at Fairway Foods in Northfield, Minn., about a test run he did with vitamin E beef last summer. "And you don't have to ...

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