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Anonymous (not verified)
on Apr 2, 2012

The reason it isn't sold seperately is because it is used as a lean meat source by grinders. It could be sold on its own, but it isn't because of the texture. For an analogy, when grinding operations put meat through a grinder, the final product is coarse, like rock salt. LFTB is finer, like fine table salt. It is not a quality issue whatsoever, it is just that American consumers prefer beef with the coarse texture, and so LFTB is ground in with other lean meat formulations.

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