Cargill says it will identify ‘finely textured beef’ with labels

  • Article by: Mike Hughlett , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 5, 2013 - 8:48 PM

Surveys showed consumers wanted more transparency toward the hamburger product called “pink slime” by its critics.

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wildfoxNov. 5, 13 5:37 PM

WHY cant' corporations JUST treat their animals well by feeding them good food and provide grazing ranges for the short time they live on Earth?

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buzzard23Nov. 5, 13 6:50 PM

Thanks Cargill. Whatever it takes to make it cheap. It is sad that people accept this pink slime as "food." People, try grassfed beef from your local farmers! The cost is nearly the same and the difference long term, well, you are not eating pink slime and supporting Cargill! They are the food industry's version of Walmart

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quinnerooNov. 5, 13 8:25 PM

Watch Food Inc. if you want an education about the world wide food market.

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hoytlakerNov. 6, 13 6:52 AM

Honesty and open information by Cargill only after sales have plummeted. For this we are supposed to applaud them?

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MikeyMikeNov. 6, 13 9:19 AM

Cargill's labeling will not stop the connotation that "finely textured beef" = pink slime!

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