Spring has sprung. Not sure if it’s true? Ask Katy Perry’s head. The 29-year-old singer has dyed her hair many colors in the past including pink, blue, and purple. It was only a matter of time before she checked the very specific “slime green” off her list. Perry showed off her new look on Instagram […]
The judge will not only allow defamation to proceed, she won't allow the First Amendment to bar a tortious interference claim, either. read more
Beef Products Inc. sued the network for defamation, seeking $1.2 billion in damages, claiming that ABC's coverage led to the closure of three plants and roughly 700 layoffs by misleading consumers that the finely textured meat product is unsafe. read more
If the news of lean finely textured beef ("LFTB"), a/k/a "pink slime," being sold and used as food brought to mind images like this, then you are not alone. Well, Beef Products, Inc. is not having it. They stand behind their beef, and in 2012 they sued ABC, and the......
A South Dakota judge has allowed the bulk of a defamation lawsuit lodged by Beef Products Inc. against ABC News, including anchor Diane Sawyer, to go forward. The move is a blow to ABC News, which had asked to have the suit thrown out. Show More Summary
Big beef's $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit against ABC — essentially over the network's use of the phrase "pink slime" — has been allowed to proceed. In the suit, the South Dakota-based Beef Products Inc. claims the negative reportage caused the...
Grounded for life. A South Dakota judge says she won't throw out the $1.2 billion lawsuit against ABC News for its coverage of the meat formerly known as "pink slime." Producer Beef Products Inc. filed the defamation suit back in 2012...Show More Summary
A South Dakota judge has rejected ABC News’ bid to dismiss Beef Products Inc.’s “pink slime” defamation lawsuit, the Associated Press reports: Attorneys for ABC say the network in each of its broadcasts stated the U.S. Food and Drug Administration deemed the product safe to eat. Show More Summary
The product it called "pink slime" is "much like all ground beef... slimy,” ABC argued.... hilariously. The commenters at the link (to NRO) mention "Ghostbusters"...... and "Nickelodeon"...But when I hear "slime," I go right to my copy of Jean-Paul Sartre's "Being and Nothingness":The For-Itself is suddenly compromised. Show More Summary
The judge is not only allowing defamation to proceed. She won't allow the First Amendment to bar a tortious interference claim either. read more
Beef Products Inc. has sued the network for defamation, seeking $1.2 billion in damages, after it claims ABC's coverage led to the closure of three plants and roughly 700 layoffs by misleading consumers that the finely textured meat product is unsafe. read more
FRIDAY! Woooooo! South Dakota judge gives okay for lawsuit over ABC News' "pink slime" stories to proceed. One last great read on the Hobby Lobby argument. Weekly Standard piece stating that there's little reason to believe Condi Rice is angling...
(ELK POINT, S.D.) — A circuit judge has refused to throw out a defamation lawsuit against ABC related to its coverage of a meat product called lean, finely textured beef, which critics have dubbed “pink slime.” Beef Products Inc. sued the television network in 2012 seeking $1.2 billion in damages. Dakota Dunes-based BPI says ABC’s…
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Remember pink slime? McDonald's Canada continues its crusade for McFoodTransparency with a new video aimed at proving Chicken McNuggets are not made from the pastel meat goop seen in a frequently shared image from the Internet. By taking...Show More Summary
Post by Adriana Velez. Parents of chicken nugget fans, the veil has been lifted. We've all seen the Jamie Oliver video about how chicken nuggets are made. And we can't un-see it, especially the infamous pink slime. Well, most of us have seen the video -- I suspect many people saw the headlines and let that video pass them on by. Show More Summary
It may seem like a bad idea to give your customers a behind-the-scenes look at a process some will find disgusting. But that’s what McDonald's did by releasing a video showing how McNuggets are made. The new video, released online via...Show More Summary
If you've ever wondered what goes into a McDonald's Chicken McNugget, you'd hardly be alone—the "pink goop" legend has been circulating for years, thanks in part to videos like this one. In a new ad, McDonald's Canada sets out to debunk the myth with a behind-the-scenes look at their production facility.
To dispel that old "pink slime" rumor, McDonald's has released a video detailing how it makes its Chicken McNuggets. The process is not "pink slime" gross, but it's still sort of disgusting. Read more...