With Thanksgiving just around the corner, supermarket meat executives interviewed last week didn't want to say a word about turkey. They were all waiting to see who would make the first move in the inevitable Thanksgiving turkey price wars. "We know we are selling them because it is Thanksgiving. And we know that they will be cheap." That's all that Mickey Clerc, vice president and director of advertising at Winn-Dixie Stores, Jacksonville, Fla., would say. "From a merchandising ...

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