Grocers distance themselves from treated meat

03/1/2006 | NYTimes.com

Several grocers, including Publix Super Markets, Kroger Co. and The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.'s Waldbaum's, will not sell carbon monoxide-treated meat in their stores. The FDA approves of the process, which helps meat keep its red color longer, and has found no evidence that it is harmful to consumers, but critics contend it opens up the possibility of retailers selling meat that is not fresh.

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