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The system extends shelf life of case-ready meats to up to 30 days, which is double that of comparable packaging alternatives, while preserving color, a key buying influence.
A January 2005 Produce Marketing Association (PMA)-sponsored consumer study indicated that 23% of consumers cited taste in an unprompted, open-ended question about key buying influences, up one point from a similar survey in 2003.
American Stone also took steps during the quarter to expand its distributor network and build awareness among architects, masons and restoration consultants, who represent key buying influences.
Interoperability will continue to be a key buying influence for the more than five thousand health care facilities currently attempting to integrate a variety of discrete monitors onto their networks," explains George Perros, Greystone Associates Managing Director.
to present the ultimate benefit or value to key buying influences.