No Pink Slime HereThe mantra of the big food and agriculture companies is how can we produce more for less?
The bottom line with pink slime in ground beef is dollars.
Not quality, not health, dollars.
This is a prime example of where we are at in the world of mass produced food.
What used to be relegated to pet food is now good enough for human consumption. Not that I'm thrilled with Fido getting a dose of pink slime either, but hey better him than me!
I have preached the "know where your food comes from and know what's in it" for a long time so it thrills me when main stream news media busts out a story like pink slime in ground beef. Only because so many more people are exposed again to the fact that agencies like the USDA, FDa and some others aren't really looking out for you like you hoped they were. You will have to take the responsibility into your own hands and find clean food for yourself.
McDonalds, Burger King and Taco Bell have all announced they don't use it anymore...GREAT. To me that's like saying we used to think it was OK to feed you pink slime but since you found out about it we'll stop.
Ground beef with pink slime added as a filler has a greater chance of e coli and so it is washed with ammonia. No thanks I'll pass.
Here at Spring Hill Farms we don't add anything to our ground beef. Not pink slime, not meat glue (heard about that one?) or anything else that you wouldn't want in your food.
Our mantra is clean, quality, healthy food first. Then and only then, we'll see what it costs to produce it.
Until next time...
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Posted by David @ 10:04 PM EDT