CASE-READY REVIEW COULD REVEAL BENEFITS: LEVIN

DALLAS -- Proponents of case-ready beef programs always tout enhanced food safety and extended shelf life. What retailers should also consider are the not-so-obvious, harder-to-measure potential benefits, ranging from increased profits from fewer stock-outs to savings from a reduction in employee injuries, a speaker told attendees at the Annual Meat Conference.On his third consecutive appearance at

DALLAS -- Proponents of case-ready beef programs always tout enhanced food safety and extended shelf life. What retailers should also consider are the not-so-obvious, harder-to-measure potential benefits, ranging from increased profits from fewer stock-outs to savings from a reduction in employee injuries, a speaker told attendees at the Annual Meat Conference.

On his third consecutive appearance at the AMC, Richard Levin, a retired business professor at the University of North Caroli

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