Local and specialty meats are proliferating, and home cooking is on the rise. Consumers are curious and confused, making supermarket meat departments not only a place to get their weekly supply of protein, but also a place to get a healthy dose of education and interaction. According to “The Power of Meat 2010” study conducted by the Food Marketing Institute and the American Meat Institute, eight in 10 shoppers have access to a meat service counter at their primary store. Survey ...

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