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About Food Safety & Handling
Why do the bones look black?
Darkening of bones and meat around the bones occurs primarily in young (6-8 weeks) chickens. Because the bones have not calcified or hardened completely, pigment from the bone marrow seeps through into the surrounding area. Freezing can also contribute to the darkening. This is an aesthetic issue and not a safety or Kashrut one.