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Video: Jon Stewart Reacts to 'Pink Slime' on 'The Daily Show'

From yesterday's episode of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart riffs on "pink slime," the ammonia-treated beef trimmings product sometimes added to ground beef that started making headlines earlier this year when McDonald's announced their burgers would no longer use "pink slime." Since then, many supermarkets have also announced that they would no longer sell beef containing "pink slime." More

Video: McDonald's No Longer Using 'Pink Slime' in Burgers

Last week McDonald's announced they're no longer be using "pink slime"—beef trimmings rinsed in ammonium hydroxide to kill bacteria—as an additive in their burgers. The name "pink slime" comes from British chef/food activist Jamie Oliver, who blasted its use in his TV show Food Revolution last year. The video above from CBS News shows clips from Food Revolution where Oliver explains what pink slime is to his audience of parents and children. McDonald's states, "The decision...was not related to any particular event." More

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