Retailers seem to agree with meat industry and U.S. Department of Agriculture survey reports that there is little hope for reprieve from falling beef prices. During the month of May, price features across the country showed deep discounts, with points as low as $1.39 per pound for USDA Choice boneless chuck roast (Quality Food Centers in Seattle); $1.97 per pound for boneless USDA select sirloin steaks (H-E-B Pantry Foods, Houston), and $1.98 per pound for USDA choice boneless top round ...

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