DALLAS -- Retailers and suppliers, along with allied industry partners, gathered in this meat-lover's town for the Annual Meat Conference to get updates on consumer buying habits, new merchandising and technology trends, and food safety. But the event wasn't all serious. In between store tours and seminars, attendees gathered for one of the show's most popular events, an annual tasting reception with a roundup of new meat and poultry products.
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