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Question Title Why do my poultry Grinds and Mixes appear more dense?
Our poultry Grinds and Mixes products will appear more dense as a result of these specific products being exposed to pressure in the High-Pressure Processing (HPP) vessel. This appearance is normal.

The only Grinds and Mixes products that utilize HPP are our poultry products. These Grinds and Mixes products would include chicken and turkey varieties only.

To ensure product safety, Primal has implemented HPP into our product line beginning the week of June 6th, 2011 for poultry products only.

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Created: 2011-06-27 11:42 AM
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