Two more supermarket chains jump on the anti-pink slime bandwagon.

FOX News Radio's Lisa Brady has the details:

The nation's largest traditional grocer, Kroger, at first said it would carry beef with and without the additive branded as pink slime, but now says it'll only sell beef free of that filler.

And Stop & Shop says, responding to customer concerns, it won't carry beef with the additive either.

This follows announcements from Safeway, Supervalu and Food Lion, after photos that went viral and touched off a public outcry.

The government says the low-cost filler is safe, but the USDA has already announced school lunch programs will also have the option to avoid it.

Lisa Brady, FOX News Radio