February 4, 2013

Restaurants Face Tough Order Locking In Low Beef Prices

"On Friday Tyson reported quarterly profit that topped Wall Street's view, after strong
beef and chicken prices helped offset higher feed costs."

U.S. restaurants face tough order locking in low beef prices
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is a serious credibility gap between the operators at large and the
company. The NLC [National Leadership Council] is a poor attempt at sick humor, with the company
setting the agenda and directing the discussion so as not to impact shareholder value. It is a charade,
but hopefully Stratton will see through this and make some changes.

Anonymous said...

Back when Ray was in charge, Operators helped lead the company with new products ideas ect. Now it's just big brother. I just keep my head down.