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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...
In its Super Bowl commercial, McDonald’s wants to show you just how innocuously your McNuggets get made.
In March 2012 I launched on The Lunch Tray a Change.org petition seeking to remove lean, finely textured beef ("LFTB," more widely known as "pink slime") from the ground beef procured by the USDA for the National School Lunch Program. Show More Summary
- comes in white or pink tins - contains small, chocolate slimes - 1400 yen (around $13) Link
The whale product used is "whale meal," which is sort of like the pink slime of whale meat.
A South Dakota circuit court judge heard arguments on Dec. 17 from both sides in the lawsuit by Beef Products Inc. (BPI) against ABC News over its coverage of lean finely textured beef in 2012. Reuters reported that ABC’s lawyers asked...Show More Summary
Yesterday, the American Meat Institute sent out an advisory to the news media with a helpful glossary of terms to “use and avoid in coverage of lean finely textured beef” (LFTB). Lean finely textured beef (LFTB)? Recall the pejorative: “pink slime?” Academic that I am, I love precise meanings. The AMI says these terms are proper […]
Thinking about the actual texture and consistency of your common slime, one might come to the idea that the stuff would move along rather slowly. And that same sluggish image also comes to mind in the legal brouhaha over ABC News’ coverage of lean, finely textured beef, otherwise known as “pink slime.” It just keeps slorping along, with ABC now … [More]
Lawyers representing ABC News and two former USDA inspectors squared off on Tuesday against attorneys for Beef Products Inc. (BPI) over a defamation lawsuit from the television network’s coverage of the beef company’s product, “lean finely textured beef,” commonly referred to as “pink slime” in a series of critical media coverage last year. BPI wants... Continue Reading
A pink slime lawsuit filed against ABC to the tune of $1.2 billion in damages may soon be about to spoil. A lawyer for the network on Tuesday asked a circuit judge to throw out the lawsuit brought on by Beef Products Inc., which claims American Broadcasting Companies Inc. Show More Summary
Cargill, the international food producer and marketer, will "begin labeling packages of ground beef containing what is colloquially known as pink slime." The company claims that extensive research over the past 18 months has shown that labeling of "finely-textured beef,"...
Though ground beef producers have been filling out their products for years with what is technically known as “finely textured beef,” but which is now known by the less appetizing name “pink slime,” chemically-treated beef trimmingsShow More Summary
A roundup of entertainment law news including Al Jazeera's lawsuit, a possible Mark Boal deposition and a development in the "Happy Birthday" copyright battle. read more
And you thought pink slime was horrifying? Just wait until you see this young steer’s harrowing escape from certain death at the clamps of a chainsaw-wielding robot named Earl. More »
And you thought pink slime was horrifying? Just wait until you see this young steer's harrowing escape from certain death at the clamps of a chainsaw-wielding robot named Earl. Read more...