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Even though both McDonald’s and Taco Bell have banned it
from their franchises (and the U.K. has outlawed it all together), the USDA has
decided to serve 7 million pounds of so-called “pink slime”—ground connective
tissue and meat scraps that have been treated by ammonium hydroxide—to school
kids across the U.S.
Yeah, not so yummy.
These “lean beef trimmings” have been labeled high-risk, Yahoo.com reports. Aside from safety concerns, Gerald
Zirnstein, a microbiologist and former member of the USDA Food Safety
Inspective Service, says, “It was not nutritionally equivalent [to ground
beef]. My main object was that it was not meat.”
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