Ground Beef Industry Seeks Bounce Back

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

Ground beef producers are hoping the summer grilling season will give them a much needed bounce-back.

It's been struggling after customer revolt over widely used filler dubbed "pink slime".

The nation's largest producer saw an 80% decrease in customers after the controversy erupted earlier this spring.

That pink slime is costing a lot of green, industry wide, ground beef sales recently fell to the lowest they've been in a decade.


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