The other day I was watching the news and they had a segment on beef. Turns out alot of supermarket beef has dye in it to make it red so people will buy it. It seems the FDA has no problem with it?! They say looks has nothing to do with quality of the beef and shouldn't be used to determine its quality! The news then talked with a butcher at a supermarket who like the idea! because people were buying cuts of meat they usually wouldn't try. Am I the only one who feels that this is terrible? I just don't understand how they can talk about it like its not a big deal. They also showed a comparison of two different slices of meat one normal cut and another with the dye, the normal cut had the early aging(slight browning) while the dyed look like someone just took a hatchet to a cow. They justified it by saying you should go by the expiration date. I just think this is bs what do you all think?