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(Reuters) – Cargill Inc, one of the world’s largest beef processors, will begin labeling when its finely textured beef is used in the making of its U.S. ground beef products.

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Chances are, you’ve heard about something called Finely Textured Beef, which has been referred to as “pink slime.” You have questions about what you may be feeding your family, about what is in your kids’ school lunches. As moms and dads, we would, too. That’s why we’d like you to get the facts here.

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You already know trimmings from steaks and roasts are used to make ground beef. Finely Textured Beef is the 100% pure beef remaining on the fat that is trimmed from steaks and roasts.

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post-woman-in-groceryFinely Textured Beef is beef. All beef. 100% all-real beef. No filler. No by-products. No connective tissue.

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Finely Textured Beef is 100% all-real beef. Since 1993, the USDA has approved Finely Textured Beef as completely safe for human consumption, just like any other 100% pure ground beef.


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post-school-lunchSchool districts are given a choice. Schools, cafeterias and restaurants have been serving ground beef containing Finely Textured Beef for more than two decades.

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No. Finely Textured Beef is USDA-approved and has been since 1993.

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FTB stands for Finely Textured Beef. LFTB stands for Lean Finely Textured Beef. There is a difference in processing.

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Ground beef containing Finely Textured Beef has been part of the daily meat supply in the U.S. and across the globe for more than two decades.

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Finely Textured Beef is exceptionally lean, safe* and can be an important part of a nutritious diet.

*Cook to 160 degrees F.

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Finely Textured Beef is safely treated using a USDA-approved food grade antibacterial solution. Cargill does not use ammonia as an antibacterial processing aid.

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post-chemicalsNo. We use a USDA-approved food grade antibacterial solution to help prevent the growth of bacteria.

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Finely Textured Beef is 100% real beef. No filler. No by-products. No connective tissue.

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post-grocery-cart-CUGround beef containing Finely Textured Beef has been part of the daily meat supply in the U.S. for more than two decades.

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Finely Textured Beef is 100% real beef. No filler. No by-products. No connective tissue.

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Finely Textured Beef is 100% real beef, and is 95% lean for healthier eating.

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post-grillingIt tastes like beef because it is 100% real beef.

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We think it would be irresponsible to waste 100% pure beef. In this video, hear Dr. Gary Smith, Retired Endowed Chair, Colorado State University, and other experts explain how producing FTB wastes less food.


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Finely Textured Beef is 100% real beef. No additives, no fillers. It is treated with a USDA-approved food grade antibacterial solution to help prevent the growth of bacteria.

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