Target requests federal approval for new meat labels

Target Corp. is seeking permission from the USDA to add a consumer warning to labels for meat treated with carbon monoxide. The retailer's move comes after several supermarket chains, including Safeway and Giant Food, and meat producer Tyson Foods, announced they would stop marketing meat treated with carbon monoxide to make it look fresher. A USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service spokeswoman said the agency is considering Target's appeal.

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