CARLISLE, Pa. — Giant of Carlisle has rolled out on-pack fresh meat labeling that includes the amount of iron, zinc, B vitamins and other micronutrients the meat contains. Having launched the program in November, the chain became the most recent one to adopt the labeling program, whose design was funded by the Beef Checkoff Program and is managed by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. “We already were using it on ground beef, but now we have the labels on whole muscle meat as well, ...

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