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Beef Products, Inc., are the makers of the so-called "pink slime." They describe themselves as the "world's leading producer of lean beef processed from fresh beef trimmings." BPI makes the product by grinding together beef scraps and connective tissue
West Michigan retailers say there is no "pink slime" in their ground beef. GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) — Two locally-based grocery chains say they do not carry the product known as "pink slime" in the ground beef they sell. ABC News recently reported that
If you want to know how much damage a bad name can do, consider "pink slime." Over the past weeks and months, the substance, which consists of beef trimmings that have been treated with ammonia, has been vilified
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