The nation’s fourth largest beef packer is growing and consumers are surveyed on the use of vegetarian products bearing meat labeling.
Even as animal activists are pushing for new regulations that will further constrain European producers, the public is voting with their euros in support of the meat products they love.
Say something enough times, with enough conviction, and no matter how far-fetched, it begins to seep into the public consciousness. Case in point? Meat causes climate change.
Consumer trends expect to see a surge in veganism but meat consumption continues to rise.
It's fun to spout off about the highlights of a recent study suggesting that bacon is environmentally better than lettuce. But hold the BLT: There' bigger issues at stake here.
State cattlemen’s groups and national organizations representing beef producers shared their concerns with lab-grown meat labeling and safety to two government agencies.