If you had any doubt the ideological gap between farm folk and urbanites is big enough slide an asteroid through, Okja will convince you.
The world's No.1 fast-food chain is now offering a mega-burgers that are double the size of the chain's iconic Big Mac. Tagline: 'For patrons who want a sense of accomplishment.'
We know how that death match turns out. If 'science' is the signal, and 'celebrity' the noise, it sure seems like noise beats the [expletive deleted] out of science like a cheap rental car.
There is a gigantic disconnect between the promise of lab-grown "meat" tissue as a substitute for animal agriculture and the volume of media coverage.
The animal foods industry gets lot of publicity, to the point that the end products ‚Äî and those who produce them ‚Äî are never far removed from the news cycle. But is that a good thing?
A unique steakhouse chain's operating model isn't just about the barbecued meat, it's about the dining experience that's the key to its charm, and one of the reasons it continues to grow.
About 50% of the red meat we eat is in the form of hamburger.