Crazy price hikes on the popular cut have forced restaurant owners to make tough decisions.
It's a lot like beef jerky!
A Whole Foods distribution center in Connecticut was also affected.
Big Meat is not pleased with the decision. Surprise, surprise.
Put down the burger and think for a second, when and where'd you buy that beef?
Most witnesses seem to blame Drake for starting the fracas.
It isn't just gas that is pricey these days; the cost of a steak has never been higher—and more and more restaurants are passing the cost on to the customer.
No cases of illness have been reported yet. If you think you're in possession of tainted beef, you should give Tyson a call (1-866-328-3156).
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