Retailers are discovering there's a big opportunity to sell more meat -- especially a wider variety of types and cuts -- by supplying customers with more information. A research report released by the National Pork Board reveals that consumers linger at the meat case for an average of four minutes, deciding what to buy. That's compared to one minute in other parts of the store. The variety of species and cuts available is a major factor in slowing the decision-making process. Consumers are ...
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