Does Five Guys use PINK SLIME?!
Of course not! Five Guys and pink slime will never be synonymous with one another
A lot has been written lately about Pink Slime, and you probably want to know if your store carries ground beef that contains pink slime or not.
But first, what exactly is pink slime?
[“Pink slime” results from grinding together connective tissue and beef scraps normally used to make dog food or for rendering (that would be fat to make lard). The grindings are then treated with ammonia hydroxide, which kills pathogens such as E coli and salmonella. The term pink slime was first coined by microbiologist Gerald Zirnstein in 2002.
It is estimated that up to 70% of the nation’s grocery stores’ ground beef contains pink slime."]
Five Guys burgers pink slime doesn’t exist, so there are no worries. After all, they couldn’t purport themselves as serving gourmet burgers, if they were using any additives, preservatives, or treating the ground beef in any unnatural way. Five Guys burgers and fries prides themselves in using only 100% pure ground beef!
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