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2007 Cryovac National Meat Case Study reveals growing change in the retail meat case

Case ready, vacuum packaging is on the rise in America’s meat cases but there’s still plenty of opportunity for growth such as roasts and other value cuts that might be unfamiliar to shoppers. Read how Cryovac® In-the-Bag packaging can help decrease out of stocks and product shrink.
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The 2007 National Meat Case Study revealed that zero stocks of certain value cuts, especially roasts, are on the rise but with In the Bag merchandising every cut can be profitable. Based on the survey results, there are three key reasons that help explain why roasts and other value cuts have been scaled back.

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