They argue it's a "fishing expedition" by the ammonia-treated beef's producer.
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But some say the ammonia-treated product deserves more respect.
Yuck is right. Or is it?
The kids have it their way.
Everything about this is gross.
Beef Products, Inc. is claiming the network engaged in a massive smear campaign that lead to major losses.
The global demand for American beef is down, thanks to the fallout over pink slime.
The burger uses chicken liver mousse and "spray jelly."
Come on, guys! It's not that bad.
First of all it's not even "natural," and second, it's totally loaded with pesticides.
The chemically-treated beef product and its makers have a long history of safety lapses.
Do we need to start calling them "unhappy meals?"
The burger chain ran an ad in eight papers today to brag that it never served you the scary meat filler.
Jobs will be lost, and beef prices will (possibly) go up.
A second suspect was arrested in yet another crime against taco town.
Plus: Store brands are much cooler than you think; and the Hemingway Bar at the Ritz in Paris is closing, all in our morning news roundup.