DENVER — More than half of shoppers say they have changed the way they shop for meat during the past year, using strategies such as stocking up on meat during promotions and sales, using more coupons and searching through supermarket circulars for bargains, according to “The Power of Meat,” an annual consumer survey from the Food Marketing Institute, sponsored by Cryovac, a division of Sealed Air Corp. Results from this year’s study were unveiled here yesterday at the American Meat ...
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