DENVER — Wholesale prices for ribeye steaks and striploin subprimals have reached seven-year lows, and pricing spreads between U.S. Department of Agriculture Choice and Select grades have narrowed significantly, offering retailers a good opportunity to promote middle meats, representatives from the Beef Checkoff Program said here at the American Meat Institute’s annual Meat Conference this week. To assist with retail promotions, The Beef Checkoff Program has funded the development of a ...
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