A recent poll of British meat-eaters found that an alarming 17 percent think that pork wings are an actual cut of meat.
Smithfield puts a positive spin on pork production in a new multimedia campaign that it claims “takes the mystery” out of how they use pigs to make pork products.
The meat industry has refused to accept that excessive antibiotic use in agriculture is to blame for the dramatic increase in antibiotic resistance. But recent research is working to combat that argument.
In the first installment of Food + Choice = Change, Robert Grillo examines the rise of lab grown meat.
“The Other White Meat” has a new slogan. As of Friday, industrial pork’s message is now “Pork: Be Inspired.” The new ad campaign highlights the USDA’s role in the marketing of unhealthy food.
The American Heart Association (AHA) has partnered with the Beef Board, the USDA-managed program that markets beef, to put the association’s HeartCheck symbol on three cuts of lean beef. But just because a food is low in saturated fat and cholesterol does not mean it’s healthy.
A California woman is suing Taco Bell for false advertising. The claim? There’s too little “beef” in Taco Bell’s products for the company to label their products as such.
In vitro meat is a laboratory-made animal product that has never been part of a complete, living animal. Could this cruelty-free, eco-friendly meat be the solution to our global obsession with cheap meat?