Deflate food-purity claims before they explode

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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 friend

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