LANDOVER, Md. -- To show shoppers that veal can be more than a cutlet, Giant Food here featured 11 different cuts at reduced prices in a recent newspaper ad. In the one-eighth page ad in the Washington Post, Giant listed 11 cuts of veal at prices ranging from $1.39 a pound for veal breast, which was reduced by 40 cents, to $8.99 a pound for thinly sliced scaloppini, which was reduced by $1.60 per pound. The price and item ad simply noted at top that Giant was holding a veal sale and then ...

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