Tony Isaacs reviews the pink slime controversy

Tony Isaacs discusses current health news, including how ammonia-treated ground beef has become the dominant form sold to schools and grocery stores.

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Pink slime is now found in 70 percent of the ground beef at our grocers
Tony Isaacs
Natural News
Apr. 2, 2012

AFA Foods Files Bankruptcy Citing ‘Pink Slime’ Coverage
By Phil Milford and Shruti Date Singh
Bloomberg
Apr 2, 2012

PARTNERS IN ‘SLIME’
Feds keep buying ammonia-treated ground beef for school lunches
By David Knowles
The Daily
Mar. 5, 2012

The above Daily.com article notes how JoAnn Smith, former undersecretary for the USDA during President George H.W. Bush’s administration, fast-tracked government approval of pink slime beef prior to her 1993 appointment as board director for a corporation that supplies pink slime for Beef Products, Inc.

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