After several years of record highs, beef prices are finally starting to come down, providing opportunities for restaurant operators to capitalize on Americans’ love for the meat with renewed vigor. But customer expectations for beef are evolving and expanding. Burgers and steaks aren’t the only ways Americans want to eat beef, and many of them want to know more about the beef they’re eating. “People in today’s marketplace, particularly the next generational ...
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