Imbroglios don't get more prosaic than this: A USDA newsletter suggests its employees practice "Meatless Mondays," thereby shrinking their ecological footprint. Skip the Salisbury steak at the cafeteria and eat a plant instead.
Take into account the ever-swelling asses of the American public and th ... More >>
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*Meatless Mondays at USDA Out-and-Out "Treason," Ag Commish Staples Says
An internal USDA Newsletter has some Republican tweeps in an uproar. On July 23, the USDA posted a five-page newsletter for employees, offering tips and status updates on "greening efforts" includin ... More >>
This was not the meat conference. Veal producers who worried their meat was bound to go the way of once-fashionable dishes like turtle soup say the future's suddenly looking brighter for the embattled protein.
The veal industry, which made a point of being omnipresent at the 2011 Meat Confer ... More >>
Et tu, American Heart Association?Animal rights activists may disagree, but beef is delicious. It's primal and earthy and packed with protein, which is probably why many Americans eat more red meat than they should.
But the Texas Beef Council's aggressively pushing another rationale for red ... More >>