INDUSTRY URGED TO ADOPT STANDARD AS PART OF MUSCLE PROFILE STUDY

DENVER -- A final report from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association on muscle profiling has found that a common list of descriptions for individual cuts of fresh beef would greatly enhance movement of particular items, particularly the newly emerging value-added cuts from the chuck and round. According to officials, the study will help introduce trade customers, and ultimately, consumers, to the

DENVER -- A final report from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association on muscle profiling has found that a common list of descriptions for individual cuts of fresh beef would greatly enhance movement of particular items, particularly the newly emerging value-added cuts from the chuck and round. According to officials, the study will help introduce trade customers, and ultimately, consumers, to the 39 muscles in the chuck and round group, and provide descriptions of flavor and tenderness. Li

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