Rising beef prices are driving chefs to experiment with less expensive cuts of beef to provide their customers with the red meat they love at prices they’re willing to pay. Commodities experts predict prices for premium holiday cuts, such as rib-eye and tenderloin, will rise seasonally as the holidays approach, and they expect beef prices, overall, to follow suit next spring, leaving operators with the challenge of preserving margins without creating sticker shock for ...

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