WASHINGTON — Hormel Foods and Cargill Inc. have agreed to label any meat or fish products that have been treated with carbon monoxide. The decision was announced during a hearing arranged by the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations last week. “Hormel will comply with any labeling of this product that is determined to be necessary and fair through the legislative or regulatory process,” Jeffrey Ettinger, chief executive officer of Hormel, said during the ...

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