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Local meat shop says business returning to normal

Created: August 18, 2020 11:18 PM

One of the many ways a lot of us are trying to make the most of our summer weather is by firing up our outdoor grills.

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And local butcher and meat shops say that business is going well for them. During the early weeks and months of the pandemic, customers saw prices jump sporadically, and it became difficult for shops to have supply meet the demand.

According to Superior Meats staff member Damian Khane, they're seeing business get better and get back to normal.

"The customers they come in, and they're really excited," said Khane. "When they go up twice as high as they used to be, they come back and hope and pray and they come back and its gone down by five dollars it's a lucky day. and it's really nice to make peoples day like that."

Khane also says meat plants have caught up again with meeting the demand of local shops.

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