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SelfingerSteveTurkeys25Nov1970 - MEAT CUTTER Steve Selfinger, a meat cutter at...
MEAT CUTTER Steve Selfinger, a meat cutter at Rosenberry’s Pioneer Shopping Center, Oak Street and Farmington Avenue, said so many dealers are retailing turkeys at this time that the price is remaining consistent with last year. There isn’t any one store or dealer with a corner on the turkey market because everyone is selling turkeys at rock bottom prices,” he said. “Turkey sales always are up near Thanksgiving, so everyone can sell the birdis at just about the same price as his competitors. competitors. Selfinger said the price of turkey depends upon the supply and demand. “If the turkey raisers can simply a Lot of turkeys, the price naturally is going to be lower. But if it has been a bad year or something has happened to the turkey industry, the price will be high,” Selfinger added. Selfinger said the self-basting turkeys are injected! with butter and saves the consumer or housewife a lot of time.

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 25 Nov 1970, Wed,
  3. Page 17

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