DALLAS — The American Heart Association here has announced that three extra-lean beef cuts meet the criteria for low saturated fat and cholesterol set by its Food Certification Program. Boneless top sirloin petite roasts, top sirloin filets and top sirloin kabobs can now display the AHA's heart-check mark, which helps customers identify heart healthy foods throughout a supermarket. “Lean beef helps Americans build a healthy diet and manage their waistline because one 3-ounce serving ...

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