Technology and customer-centric strategies transform meat department into destination

Technology and customer-centric strategies transform meat department into destination

A focus on the essentials and technology of the meat case.  Sponsored by Hillphoenix.

Across the globe, people are eating more meat than ever, and American consumers lead the pack. The average American ate 71 pounds of red meat (beef, veal, pork and lamb) and 54 pounds of poultry (chicken and turkey) in 2012, the latest data available from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The appetite for meat is a huge, high-margin opportunity for supermarkets looking to offset competition from discount and online retailers and build loyalty with local shoppers. In the consumer&r

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