Associated Press
This image released by the National Pork Board shows an example of the updated Uniform Retail Meat Identification Standards (URMIS) label for porterhouse pork chops. The American meat industry is rolling out a refresh of the often confusing 40-year-old system used for naming the various cuts of beef, pork, lamb and veal. That's because the system was designed more for the needs of retailers and butchers than for the convenience of harried shoppers more familiar with Shake 'n Bake than boneless shank cuts. (AP Photo/National Pork Board)

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