This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors and management of Nation’s Restaurant News. By the time you read this, the “pink slime” witch hunt hopefully will have died down. There are a few lessons we can learn from this public relations nightmare before another one like it rears its head.
 Lean beef trimmings are a perfectly safe product and, by all accounts, nutritious. Economical and environmentally friendly, trimmings allowed producers to ...

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