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This article begins with a description of the history and structure of the protein industry. It then reviews some of the challenges that protein companies face in establishing prices. These include market volatility and cost increases, protein as a salvage industry, and retail consolidations and the ‘WalMart effect’. This is followed by a discussion of pricing practices in the industry.
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