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DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota beef company says it plans to close processing plants in three states because of the controversy surrounding a product that critics have dubbed "pink slime." Beef Products Inc. spokesman Rich Jochum said...
DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. (AP) - A South Dakota beef company says it plans to close processing plants in three states because of the controversy surrounding a product that critics have dubbed "pink slime." Beef Products Inc. spokesman Rich Jochum said Monday...
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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Beef Products Inc. will close processing plants in three states this month because of the controversy surrounding its meat product that critics have dubbed “pink slime,” a company official said Monday. About 650...
Whether you call it "pink slime" or lean, finely textured beef, you can call it a much-maligned product at the heart of an emotional controversy fueled by misinformation, according to a meat expert in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences. The...
Tribune reporter"Meat glue" has been around for decades, but, like "pink slime," the product has recently bubbled to the surface of public consciousness in a way that's making the meat industry uneasy. Recent news reports have questioned the product's safety and--as...
The American Meat Institute is striking back at reports that “meat glue,” a binding agent often used to patch together pieces of beef and other protein, is unsafe and unnatural. In an occasionally touchy conference call Thursday, the trade...
1) Whole Foods The question is no longer "Where's the beef?" It's become more like "Where's the beef from, and what was it fed?" Bill Daley, the meat team leader at Whole Foods, can answer these questions for you. "All of the farms that we use are...
Los Angeles TimesBeef Products Inc. told the Associated Press on Monday that it will shut down operations at three of the four plants where it makes the meat product that critics have nastily taken to calling "pink slime." But some food industry experts say that the...
PETOSKEY — Each week, D. Schultz, owner of Tannery Creek Meat Market in Petoskey, uses his sign along U.S. 31 to advertise his in-store specials. But earlier this month, those passing by may have noticed not what the store had on sale, but what it...
Earlier this month, a Texas mom urged the federal government to stop using a mechanically separated and chemically treated rendered beef material (known to its critics as "pink slime") in school food through a petition on change.org. More than 200,000...
KIAHThe unemployment rate is going up a bit this week, and, for once, it might be a good thing. Beef Products, Inc., the top producer of that ammonia-laced "pink slime" meat filler everyone has been so disgusted by recently, shut down several plants this...
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