ORLANDO, Fla. — Rising prices are on consumers’ minds when they shop supermarket meat departments, and many shoppers are still primarily focused on finding the best deals when they shop. However, value-based shopping behavior is shifting into new territory, and there are signs that convenience items and value-added products may be gaining new traction, according to the seventh annual Power of Meat study, presented here last week at the 2012 Annual Meat Conference, a joint ...
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