Where's the beef? It doesn't matter with a casting process developed by General Motors Corp. that uses pork and turkey byproducts to bind sand together to create molds for automotive parts. GM licensed the technology to Hormel Foods Corp. in 1998 and the Austin, MN-based company will begin offering GMBOND “in the near future,” Joel Johnson, Hormel chairman, chief executive and president is quoted as saying. While GMBOND is hailed for its environmentally friendly attributes, it is ...

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