In Meat Wagon, we round up the latest outrages from the meat and livestock industries. --------- Few who saw the documentary Food Inc. will forget the scene involving Beef Products Inc., a South Dakota company that makes a widely used hamburger filler product. No other industrial-meat company allowed director Robert Kenner to enter the shop floor with his cameras. In sharp contrast, a Beef Products executive invited the Food Inc. crew to record his company's inner workings. The man is clearly proud of his company's product. "We think we can lessen the incidence of E. Coli 0157:H7," he says. The …
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