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Are pork products healthy for you and what about all the health concerns they sometimes raise. An article in "Healthy Living" magazine states pound for pound, pork continues to be one of the most economical buys in the meat case, offering an excellent way to slim down consumers’ waistlines and their wallets. To spread the word, the Pork Checkoff teamed up with the Price Chopper supermarket chain earlier this year to develop a magazine article centered around pork and healthy living for the new year. “This was our first time to get an article in Healthy Living Magazine, and Traci Rodemeyer, manager of pork information for the Pork Checkoff, helped us deliver several key points, including pork’s leanness, pork as a value protein, and a healthy, easy pork recipe,” says Ryan Mills, retail marketing manager, northeast division, for the Pork Checkoff. The article noted that today’s pork is much leaner than it was 18 years ago, with the most common cuts of pork being 16 percent leaner, while the amount of saturated fat has dropped 27 percent.
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