A July 2014 report by market research firm IBISWorld, projects that revenue for the beef and pork wholesale industry will grow to $50.7 billion in the next five years. The firm also found that the United States is the world's largest beef producer, and that beef is the second most-consumed meat per capita in the U.S., with chicken in the lead. However, IBISWorld also noted that per capita, U.S. beef consumption has declined during the past five years.
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But Gold's half beef, half chicken burgers continue to get gobbled up. The products landed on the shelves of major supermarkets like Fairway, ShopRite, Hannaford and Kings, plus the start-up also sells via its own website. The burgers retail for $7.99 to $8.99 for a one-pound box of four, 4-ounce burgers. The founder said Cluck 'n Moo sold close to 78,000 individual burgers last summer.
Although the start-up is not yet profitable, Gold said the company hit $100,000 in monthly sales during the peak of barbecue season from May through September 2014.
Self-funded with a total of $550,000, Cluck 'n Moo is headquartered in West Nyack, New York. The start-up officially launched in March 2014 and plans to roll out turkey burgers called "Gobble 'n Moo" in early 2015. Gold anticipates cooking up halal and kosher versions of his products in the near future.
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