Internet often steers food narrative (commentary)

Internet often steers food narrative (commentary)

THE headline was "'Pink slime' & the Power of Online Petitions." The article, written by Monica Watrous and published by Meat+Poultry magazine, described one of the most notorious failures of social media.

Anyone with a keyboard, internet access and even the most limited knowledge of what they're talking about can launch an online petition that can sink even the best products.

Science be damned, unreasoned fear to

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