With food prices on the rise and the economy mired in a sluggish recovery, shoppers are still looking for ways to save. In meat departments, many frugal shoppers have been falling into two distinct camps. On one end of the spectrum, there are budget-conscious shoppers who watch for specials and buy in bulk when they spot a deal. On the opposite end, there are shoppers who lack the disposable income to stock up, and are buying smaller quantities of meat and poultry during each shopping trip. ...

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