Some examples of processed meats are bacon, sausage and lunch meats like bologna. Chicken nuggets, hamburger patties and kebabs are also examples of processed meats. More »

While there is no one true definition of processed meats, it generally means any meat that has been cured, salted or smoked, or any meat that has had chemicals added. Some examples of processed meats include hot dogs, bo... More »

Red meat is any meat that is dark-colored before cooking, such as beef, lamb, venison and mutton. The meat of most adult mammals falls in the category of red meat. Another, more unusual, example of red meat is from ostri... More »

Beef bologna is made from any beef muscle meat from a cow; however, chicken, turkey, pork or any combination thereof can be used to make bologna. This sausage, also known as hot dogs, wieners or frankfurters, is required... More »

While sausage can be made from almost any kind of meat, it is most commonly made from pig meat. Beef sausage is also common, as are sausages made of a blend of pork and beef. For consumers who avoid red meat, poultry sau... More »

While there is no one true definition of processed meats, it generally means any meat that has been cured, salted or smoked, or any meat that has had chemicals added. Some examples of processed meats include hot dogs, bo... More »

Potted meat is made from chopped, cooked meats, water, salt, flavorings and preservatives. The exact ingredients vary between brands of potted meat. The top ingredients in most commercial potted meats are mechanically se... More »