GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Meijer, upgrading its meat departments, is rebounding to the type of service and quality the company had been known for in the past, industry observers told SN. The chain has redone its meat departments to give them the feel of an old-time butcher shop, with certified meat cutters and a higher grade of beef — exclusively Certified Angus. Still, with its focus on value, the chain will sell Certified Angus beef at retail prices that other retailers ...

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