When McDonald’s and other fast-food chains announced last month that the infamous “pink slime”
was no longer being used in their burgers, some thought the ammonium
hydroxide-treated beef cuts had disappeared from our food supply once
and for all.
But a new report in the Daily tablet newspaper suggests the slime will appear in school lunches this spring — 7 million pounds of it.
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