Between 2010 and 2030, the global consumption of antibiotics will increase by 67 percent, according to a new study called "Global trends in antimicrobial use in food animals," published in the Proceedings of the Nationa
Eating meat is axiomatic for beef producers they've probably never stopped to ponder why they do it. But that's not necessarily true for consumers. Some do ask themselves, and some decide they don't have a good answer
It seems that a beef-loving nation might be falling out of love. In Argentina, where beef consumption numbers are a national point of pride, beef may find itself overtaken as a favorite food by pizza, the New York Times
A checkoff-funded study provides evidence that eating lean beef everyday as part of a heart-healthy diet can improve cholesterol levels. The Beef in an Optimal Lean Diet study saw cholesterol lowered by 10 percent.
Southwest Airlines passengers consistently praise the company for serving good food on its flights but in fact, the airline doesn't serve any food at all. Does this have implications for a majority of our dietary data
Understanding what makes consumers tick with regard to the beef they feed their families is critical information that helps the Beef Checkoff Program not only respond to current issues but also strategically plan educat
More than ever before, we are a nation of loners. Statistics show that today half of U.S. residents are single, and one-third of households have only one occupant. Those are the highest numbers in U.S. history.
Squabbles over language are erupting across the food business as established definitions for meat, mayonnaise and milk are also challenged by the likes of lab-grown 'meat', vegan spreads and almond drinks.