What is pink slime, what’s all the controversy about it, and how can you separate the facts about pink slime from the hysteria?
If you’ve enjoyed a burger at a restaurant, eaten burgers at a friend’s BBQ, or bought lean ground beef at a grocery store or supermarket chain, chances are good that you’ve eaten pink slime meat.
The USDA believes that pink slime ground beef is safe; in fact pink slime has been used in school lunches for years.
Processed scraps of beef trimmings and fat, treated with ammonia..that’s what pink slime is, in a nutshell. It doesn’t sound appetizing, but then again, neither does most of what goes on behind-the-scenes in bringing meat to the table, including the use of synthetic hormones and antibiotics in cattle and livestock.
Want to be assured that you haven’t eaten anything harmful and/or would you like to know which stores are no longer carrying pink slime and which fast food restaurants have never used it?
Read on, and you’ll find out everything you ever wanted to know about pink slime…and then some!
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