CHICAGO -- Households in the Northeast with incomes above $50,000 are the heaviest purchasers of lunch meat from the service deli, while manufacturer-prepacked lunch meat is purchased most often by households with incomes under $30,000, with a younger female head of household, residing in all regions but the Northeast. These were among the findings of a study sponsored by the National Pork Producers Council, Des Moines, Iowa, and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, here, and ...

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