Pink Slime News
Kraft Agrees to Take Yellow Dye Out of Mac and Cheese
A mommy blogger campaign to get the artificial yellow dye out of Kraft's Mac and Cheese claimed a victory today after the company announced its plans to pull the coloring from at least three of its kid-friendly boxes in the United States and Canada. The change doesn't affect Kraft's plain
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Are Your Medical Records Really Confidential?
D now, an abc news investigation into the fact that some of your most personal, private information, your medical records, could be on sale right now on the internet. Our senior national correspondent jim avila has found millions of these records. How is it possible? Who is behind it? And can be it
5 Things To Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Protest Erupts in Yemen and Cairo Riot police fired rubber bullets and tear gas outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo late Wednesday night in an effort to keep protesters away from the building after . About 500 people
BPI Announces Defamation Lawsuit Over 'Pink Slime'
The company that makes what it calls lean finely textured beef, the food product that critics call "pink slime," has announced a defamation suit against ABC News after reports on the product by ABC and others led to reduced demand. Media organizations have frequently reported on the product that
7 Grossest Things in Your Food
When pink slime oozed into public consciousness, we all scrunched our noses. What was this mystery substance -- a food additive made of beef trimmings that are heated, compressed into blocks, and then exposed to bacteria-killing ammonia -- hiding in processed meat? It also got us thinking about
3 Dirty Chicken Facts Exposed
Many chickens sold in supermarkets are fed a steady diet of human drugs. Think the pink slime scandal is gross? There's even more unappetizing news, this time from the poultry department. By testing feathers, researchers from Johns Hopkins University found that "healthy chicken" sold in your
America's Schools Say 'No' to Pink Slime , LFTB
Most School Districts in America Are Not Ordering Products With the Beef Filler
Vegas Strip: New Cut of Steak Discovered
With the death of pink slime, meat producers are finding alternative ways to cut costs. A meat specialist at Oklahoma State University has found an undervalued cut of meat that tastes just like a New York strip steak. Called the Vegas strip steak, this new...
USDA Proposing Change to Chicken Inspection
Our consumer watchdog report ABC's senior national correspondent Jim Avalon reported here about the filler critics call pink slime. Tonight a different story he reports on a whistle blower who came forward to him. To issue will wake up call about changes afoot in food safety inspections. Here's