ATLANTA -- The new world of nutrition labeling, Food Guide Pyramids and other information sources on diet and health is changing consumers' attitudes about the position meat should play. But supermarkets can help ensure that meat remains in the game, said two retailers at the Meat Marketing Conference here. During a seminar about consumer concerns and how to respond to them through the meat department, representatives from Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, N.Y., and Brodbeck Enterprises, ...

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