Despite efforts to manage the controversy, concerns about so-called “pink slime” in the nation’s...

|By:, SA News Editor

Despite efforts to manage the controversy, concerns about so-called “pink slime” in the nation’s beef supply are influencing decisions about what people buy and eat. In a poll recently conducted by Harris Interactive, 22% of respondents said they’ve either decreased and/or stopped altogether their consumption of ground beef in restaurants, and 25% said they’ve either decreased and/or stopped altogether their purchases from grocery stores.