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The move by one of the world’s largest beef processors comes as consumers increasingly demand more transparency in how agribusiness companies make the food they eat and how these products are disclosed on the packaging.
The debate over food labeling has roiled for months, from last year’s public and media furor over a rival beef product — which critics had dubbed “pink slime” — to Tuesday’s vote in Washington state over whether to require labeling of genetically modified foods.
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