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    Dairy Queen Expands Availability of Irradiated Burgers

    SAN DIEGO - SureBeam Corporation announced today that American Dairy Queen Corporation (ADQ) is expanding the use of SureBeam irradiated ground beef to 30 Twin Cities metro-area Dairy Queen locations.

    SAN DIEGO - SureBeam Corporation announced today that American Dairy Queen Corporation (ADQ) is expanding the use of SureBeam irradiated ground beef to 30 Twin Cities metro-area Dairy Queen locations. With a total of 43 restaurants in Minnesota offering customers irradiated hamburgers by July 17, Dairy Queen is the first national quick-service restaurant chain to publicly serve SureBeam irradiated beef.

    "Food safety and food quality have always been top priorities in the Dairy Queen system," said Glenn Lindsey, ADQ vice president of Research and Development. "In addition to providing consumers peace of mind about the safety of their hamburgers, electronic irradiation does not compromise the taste and eating quality of our products."

    Jan Malcolm, Minnesota Health Commissioner, applauded Dairy Queen for being the first national quick-service restaurant chain to offer SureBeam processed beef.

    "We're very pleased to see that the food industry is taking another step forward in introducing irradiated products to the public," said Malcolm. "By introducing irradiated products -- and taking steps to actively promote it -- Dairy Queen is setting an example that we hope the rest of the industry will quickly emulate."

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