Consumers in a recent survey said they have been cutting their consumption of beef and pork from what they were eating two years ago, while their chicken consumption continues to increase. The survey, conducted by Better Homes and Gardens magazine, indicated there has also been a drop in the number of consumers who say they purchase convenience meat products, from 85.4% in a 1995 survey to 75.1% in the latest one. The survey target was a fairly narrow one -- a panel of 500 subscribers to ...
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