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Consumers are anticipating slightly higher beef, chicken and pork prices in the coming weeks, according to the latest monthly Food Demand Survey from Oklahoma State University Department of Agriculture Economics.

In the last month, consumers’ willingness-to-pay for steak was virtually unchanged but for hamburger it went down more than 3.5 percent or 15 cents per pound. In the past month, which included the Super Bowl, consumers showed a willingness to pay for chicken products, especially chicken wings, which increased 11.06 percent to $2.51 per pound and was at its highest since the beginning of the survey.