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After ABC News ran a series last year that gave Beef Products Inc.'s 'lean finely textured beef' the unflattering moniker 'pink slime,' the story went viral. Blogs and newspapers
Schools across the country have been serving up disgusting pink slime meat disguised as yummy burgers and other meaty cuisine for years. The slime, which is made up of second-grade meat treated with an
McDonald's and other fast food chains have quietly announced that they will stop selling "Pink Slime" beef - a form of second-grade meat that is treated with a nasty ammonia process to eliminate bacteria.