A meat processing executive called for an end to market distortion and its destabilizing effect on pricing, in a speech at the American Meat Institute's International Meat Industry Convention here. An unnecessarily volatile market can be avoided through honest price reporting and compromise between participants in the trade, said Ronald Brockman, vice president of purchasing and commodity trading at John Morrell & Co., Cincinnati. Brockman, who spoke during a session devoted to ...

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