- COSTCO WHOLESALE
- WHOLE FOODS MARKETS
- TOPS MARKETS
ALSO, if the meat is USDA Organic it does not contain pink slime. So, if you aren't sure about the meat you are buying at your local grocery store, your best bet to be assured that the meat is free of fillers is to go with USDA Organic.
“It kind of looks like Play-Doh,” he said. “It’s pink and frozen. It’s not what the typical person would consider meat.” lol Play-Doh... Funny they compare it to that. Play Doh was so much fun to play with, but did you ever taste it??
"The low-grade trimmings come from the parts of the cow most susceptible to contaminaton, often close to the hide, which is highly exposed to fecal matter. But because of BPI’s treatment of the trimmings — simmering them in low heat, separating fat and tissue using a centrifuge and spraying them with ammonia gas to kill germs — the United States Department of Agriculture says it’s safe to eat." SO NASTY!
"you can’t know from the packaging because pink slime does not have to appear on the label. And the USDA is giving no indication it will force meat packers to lift the veil of secrecy any time soon." Once again shady actions and lowered standards all due to a $$$$ issue.