ORLANDO, Fla. (FNS) -- While one supermarket chain is reportedly quietly entering the irradiated meat business, others are choosing to wait until issues of supply and consumer acceptance are cleared up. A Southeastern retailer will soon begin shipping irradiated poultry from a Florida plant, according to Al Kober, meat and seafood director at Clemens Markets, Kulpsville, Pa. The chain will market the chicken as a value-added line and charge about 10 cents more than for regular packs, Kober ...

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