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Meat Packers Stew Over Fat Problem
They Either Find a Profitable Use for It or Go Broke
Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Ator, Joseph
Date: May 3, 1962
Start Page: E6
Pages: 1
Section: PART 7
Abstract (Document Summary)

Meat packers also make soap. It has been a habit with them since their progenitors hung a beef on a tree, dismantled and salted it for the southern slave trade, and cast about for something to do with the tallow they stripped from the carcass. Meat packing produces fat and the packer either finds something to do with it or he goes broke.

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