CONSUMER expenditures for pork have risen 15.7% since 2009, surpassing the National Pork Board's (NPB) aggressive goal of 10% growth.
Moreover, the total pork volume available in the U.S., multiplied by the average U.S. Department of Agriculture retail pork price or pork expenditure, climbed 7.6% in 2014 compared to the previous year.
"The pork expenditure results offer solid insight into what we view as a consistently growi
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