NEW YORK -- Consumers' confusion, more than anything else, is cutting into beef sales in the supermarket meat case and retailers can help remedy that situation, according to an industry expert who participated in the National Cattlemen's Beef Association's Beef Summit held here at the Millennium Broadway Hotel, November 1 and 2. Curtis Wang, a principal in Kuczmarksi & Associates, a Chicago-based consulting firm, contends that consumers simply don't find beef convenient. They don't know ...
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