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  • Correction: Pink Slime-Lawsuit story

    In a story March 27 about a defamation lawsuit against ABC over lean, finely textured beef, The Associated Press misattributed statements contained in the network's broadcasts to the Food and Drug Administration. The broadcasts stated that the U.S. Department of Agriculture, not the FDA, deemed the product safe to eat.

  • Cargill adds 'textured beef' wording to labels

    Cargill, one of the nation's largest meatpackers, has added wording to its labels on ground beef packages that indicates whether the meat inside includes a product that's been called "pink slime."

  • Lawsuit: ‘Pink slime’ reporting cost worker his job

    A former worker at a South Dakota beef processor is suing ABC News, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and a food blogger, saying their use of the phrase "pink slime" to describe one of the company's products led to the loss of his job.

  • Ex-BPI worker sues ABC, Oliver over 'pink slime'

    A former worker at a South Dakota beef processor is suing ABC News, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and a food blogger, saying their use of the phrase "pink slime" to describe one of the company's products led to him losing his job.

  • Lawyers: 'Pink slime' lawsuit an uphill climb

    Beef Products Inc. will face a steep climb in its "pink slime" defamation lawsuit against ABC News as the South Dakota-based meat processor works to rebuild its public image, legal experts say.

  • BPI sues ABC News for 'pink slime' defamation

    Beef Products Inc. sued ABC News, Inc. for defamation Thursday over its coverage of a meat product that critics dub "pink slime," claiming the network damaged the company by misleading consumers into believing it is unhealthy and unsafe.

  • APNewsBreak: BPI sues ABC News for defamation

    Beef Products Inc. filed a defamation lawsuit Thursday against ABC News for its coverage of a meat product that critics have dubbed "pink slime," alleging that the network misled consumers to believe the product is unhealthy and unsafe.

  • ABC News sued for defamation over 'pink slime'

    Beef Products Inc. sued ABC News, Inc. for defamation Thursday over its coverage of a meat product that critics dub "pink slime," claiming the network damaged the company by misleading consumers into believing it is unhealthy and unsafe.

  • The making of the term 'pink slime'

    "Pink slime" was almost "pink paste" or "pink goo."

  • LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Lean, finely textured beef is real food

    If you have been watching the news lately, you know there is a big debate over Beef Products Inc.'s (BPI) lean finely textured beef ("Dude, it's real, sustainable beef," Commentary, April 4). I am employed at a food testing lab, where I work with some of the top food-safety experts in the field. BPI has always been a leader in food safety.

  • Trio of governors vouch for beef labeled 'pink slime'

    Governors of three states donned coats, hairnets and goggles to tour a main production plant for "pink slime" Thursday, hoping to persuade wary consumers and grocery stores to accept that the processed beef product with the off-putting nickname is as safe as the industry insists.

  • Beef consumers urged to reconsider 'pink slime'

    The main producer of "pink slime" and the politicians defending the company will have a hard time persuading consumers and grocery stores to accept the product, even if the processed beef trimmings are as safe as the industry insists.

  • Schools will get to opt out of 'pink slime' beef

    School districts soon will be able to opt out of a common ammonia-treated ground beef filler critics have dubbed "pink slime."

  • Schools will get to opt out of 'pink slime' beef

    School districts soon will be able to opt out of a common ammonia-treated ground beef filler critics have dubbed "pink slime."

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