WICHITA, Kan. — Retailers can add lots of value just by telling their customers what cuts of meat grill best and offering tips to help them improve their grilling skills, sources told SN. “It's just imperative that meat department employees convey to customers the best use for different cuts of meat,” said Jack Allen, Winter Park, Fla., who is a consultant and food marketing professor emeritus at Michigan State University. What's more, retailers can almost guarantee a good grilling and ...
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