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According to the latest Food Demand Survey conducted by Oklahoma State University consumers say they will buy less meat compared with last month and are looking for lower prices at the meat counter Consumersrsquo willingnesstopay WTP decreased for all products in July except for hamburger which remained nearly unchanged WTP for beef and chicken products are similar to this time last year but pork WTP is down from last yearTaste safety and price remain consumers39 most important values Cathy Yeulet / Thinkstock

Winners, losers of COVID-19 fallout revealed

Food inventory system may need to adjust from just in time to just in case.

The COVID-19 pandemic revealed clear winners and losers for commodities able to best capitalize on changing consumer demand, as well as those able to still get their product to consumers.

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