By Walt Hickey Have a great weekend! Everyone is getting the Sunday edition this week; we’ve got a very cool guest lined up. It’s Back The wholesale price of pork in the United States is down to 97.7 cents per pound, down from as much as $1.30 per pound back in the summer. According to the USDA, the U.S. supply of bone-in pork shoulder picnic cuts in storage is up 34 percent, and pork rib stocks were up 79 percent as of September, largely on declining exports to China. This economic situation means one thing: The nation has fomented ideal conditions for the reemergence of the McRib at McDonalds, largely seen as a limited-time offer timed to exploit low prices for pork. The company announced the McRib is back nationwide starting October 31.