Despite record-high prices, beef sales in restaurants rose in both volume and value in 2013, according to a report funded by the beef industry. The 2013 Usage and Volumetric Assessment of Beef in Foodservice report, conducted by restaurant research firm Technomic for the Beef Checkoff Program, said that eight billion pounds of beef were sold in foodservice channels, an increase of 79 million pounds from 2012, accounting for 32 percent of all animal protein sold in foodservice ...

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