ATLANTA -- The cries are getting louder for revolution within the retail meat department, to prevent it from lagging any further behind the rest of the store as the supermarket industry lurches toward the future. Fresh meat, a traditional centerpiece of the store, is now face to face with the erosion of its influence in a changing supermarket environment, said executives from the retail, wholesale and supply side of the business gathered for the Annual Meat Marketing Conference here. In ...

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