I do not know where to post this one. It is kind of "science-lite" IMO. "The autopsy of chicken nuggets reads 'Chicken Little'" Richard D. deShazo, MD, Steven Bigler, MD, Leigh Baldwin Skipworth, BA http://www.amjmed.com/article/S0002-9343(13)00396-3/abstract Two chicken nuggets from different sources were sectioned and analyzed microscopically. One was 40% meat, the majority of the nugget was fat. A small portion was cartilage and bone. Nugget #2 was 50% striated muscle - what we think of as meat. The rest was skin, epithelial tissues (gut lining), nerve tissue. Ignoring the sample size issue, this is interesting - another aspect of the 'pink slime' syndrome in "Food Science". At the worst, though, I think it is going to undermine chicken nugget sales. It is fair to put whatever you want (FDA approved) into food, as long as consumers know. My wife gets frozen nuggets sometimes, the label just says 'chicken'. Which is correct. Just like 'pink slime' is a meat product. Misleading but correct. Here we go with more fun and games.