The coals are glowing in backyards around the country and so are sales of grilling items. That's no surprise, given the season and the current climate for low prices on beef. But for many retail meat merchandisers, this successful season is being fueled not so much by hot dog and hamburger volume, but by increased interest in nontraditional grilling items. That's what retailers told SN in the weeks following the important Fourth of July weekend. Specific promotions and featured items are ...

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