This is a special message from the Beef Checkoff Program. Few menu items generate as much longing and enjoyment as a great steak. In fact, of all the proteins, beef seem to have an innate knack for pleasing customers, enhancing a dining experience and casting a special aura around a restaurant. However, the wholesale price of beef, like many other core products restaurants use, is higher than it used to be, shoved ahead by rising commodity prices, shorter supply and increasing overseas ...

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