Meat merchandisers this year have been turning up the heat of competition for meal alternatives as they set up the department for the summer grilling season. In some areas of the country, bouts of unimpressive weather have been dampening sales of grilling cuts. But retailers told SN they are still finding success by bundling products, expanding service sections and devising new promotions to provide the convenience and excitement summer customers seek. A prime example of bundling grill ...
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