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The truth about slime

Published 05/09/2012, Alexandria Echo Press

Lean, finely-textured beef sounds rather light and healthy – something you’d find at a trendy luncheonette. Pink slime sounds less palatable. The two are exactly the same thing. In March, ABC News ran a series exposing an additive in ground beef that has been used since 2001. That series caused consumer panic nationwide. What do you mean there’s ammonia in our beef? What is pink slime? Is it in our grocery stores – in our beef?

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