pink slime


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pink slime

n
(Cookery) beef trimmings that have been ground and liquefied, used as a binder in minced beef and other meat products
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Focusing on wholesome nutrition and freshness, the company doesn't use any types of preservatives, growth hormones, BHA, BHT, pink slime, or artificial colors.
Pink slime is a meat by-product used as a food additive in beef-based processed meats as filler or to reduce the overall fat content of the beef.
Furthermore, an ABC News report was highlighted on social media that coined the term pink slime to describe the pale pink, 100% beef product, and then questioned the product's safety by calling it dog food.
Ebola, the Islamic State, identity theft, school shootings, pink slime - we're adrift in an age of free-floating and unarticulated fears.
We selected this case because, although no negative health effects were documented, the news coverage using the phrase pink slime created a public outcry that has devastated the LFTB industry (Schultz, 2012).
Social media constitute effective tools for furthering the republican commitment to universalism, as the pink slime story illustrates.
am also claimed Pharrell tried to register the trademark Pink Slime, which he insists is too similar to Slime, owned by toy maker Mattel.
When the pink slime report from ABC News aired last March, retail food suppliers were faced with a risky decision.
I don't think there is any way of escaping the coming reality of genetically-modified crops, vat-grown meat and pink slime.
At its core, the pink slime issue is just like every other food-ingredient obsession that generates a lot of media attention.
Pink slime came back into the spotlight earlier this year, as a result of some media scrutiny, helped along by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and social media, about its use in school food lunch programs.
A biguanide pool must be shocked with a hydrogen peroxide solution every one to two months to control algae blooms and pink slime and to decompose dead organic matter.