A spokesman for the Minnesota-based company tells the publication Food Navigator that there is interest among its food-products customers to re-introduce lean finely textured beef, dubbed "pink slime" in a media firestorm earlier this year, which has now faded from headlines, the Business Journal reports.
Tony Oliva and Jim Kaat are finally heading to Cooperstown
The Twins legends were elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame on Sunday night.
Report: Minnesota's first Omicron case linked to 15 COVID infections at NYC anime convention
The Minnesota patient was in New York with 30 friends last month.
Woman in critical condition after being shot in the head in St. Paul
Officers responded to the incident at around 2:45 a.m. Saturday.
Omicron variant confirmed in Wisconsin man who traveled to South Africa
Five other cases have been confirmed and linked to a Wisconsin wedding.
Police find man dead, another with 'self-inflicted stab wound' in St. Anthony home
The incident is now under investigation.
Sunday snowstorm walloping MN's North Shore with huge totals
Just ridiculous snow totals expected the rest of Sunday.
Wild win battle of NHL's hottest teams, extend winning streak to six
Kirill Kaprizov delivered a shootout winner to take down the Maple Leafs.
'Pink slime' ruling doesn't change Mankato school lunch menu
The USDA now allows schools to say no to the processed beef product known as 'pink slime'. The Mankato lunch director, however, says he's not all that concerned about the product--sprayed by ammonium hydroxide--going into kids' school lunches.
Supervalu-owned stores to discontinue sale of "pink slime" ground beef
The Eden Prairie-based grocery giant has decided its stores, including Cub Foods, will no longer carry meat made from trimmings treated with ammonia. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has deemed the finely textured beef safe to eat.
Cargill says scientist was Chinese spy
Kexue "John" Huang has pleaded guilty to stealing confidential information from Cargill and his previous employer, Dow AgroSciences, and sending that information to China. Cargill hired Huang as a biotech specialist in one of its Twin Cities research labs.
Ice castles could make a comeback in the Twin Cities this winter
Last seen at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in 2004, ice castles could be coming to the Mall of America by Christmas. The Bloomington Planning Commission will hold a hearing Thursday to decide whether to grant an interim use permit for Ice Castles LLC in partnership with the Mall of America. The event could draw 55,000 people to an illuminated fortress of ice.
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