Kids used to additives are weirded out by all-beef patties
There was something weird about the burgers being sold in cafeterias this year. Students in the Farifax, Virginia school district said they "didn't look or taste right."
The problem, according to a school board member, was probably that the new, all-beef patties didn't contain caramel coloring.
After announcing last spring that they were getting rid of patties made with pink slime, the school system recently regressed back to an additive-rich burger, reports the Washington Post. The decision was driven mainly by student complaints.