Finely textured beef production still down after controversy

04/3/2013 | FoodNavigator

Cargill's production of finely textured beef is still low following a media controversy last year branding the product as "pink slime." FTB has been used for more than 20 years to increase the protein in ground beef. "It's truly a shame that some media and the court of public opinion vilified and demonized beef by using a catchy moniker, 'pink slime,' which as a descriptor, is completely inaccurate as FTB is not pink and not slimy," Cargill's Michael Martin said.

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