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Cargill Introduces Fressure Fresh Ground Beef Patties

February 14, 2011: 09:47 AM EST
Cargill has introduced its Fressure brand of fresh ground beef patties, which have a shelf life that the company claims to be twice as long as those of conventional fresh burgers. Using a patent-pending pressure system technology to manufacture the beef patties, Cargill claims to have developed ground beef patties, which come with improved food safety, enhanced flavor, and consistently high quality, for the foodservice market. The company says its production process, which is all natural and does not use high temperatures, chemicals, or irradiation, retains the nutrients and freshness of the ground beef.
Press Release Cargill, "Cargill introduces Fressure™ ground beef patties using a patent-pending process to double shelf life, enhance food safety, preserve flavor", Cargill, February 14, 2011, © Cargill Inc.
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