Sensationalism seems to take priority over journalism, and in this instance, CNN thought it appropriate to disparage an entire industry.
How can FSIS defend not doing something when the CDC estimates millions of Americans are sickened every year by salmonella and somewhere around 1,000 die each year.
Will the recent plethora of salmonella recalls change the game entirely and raise havoc for the beef industry?
Mack Graves is perfectly positioned to answer some of the toughest questions. His answers are backed by more than 40 years of work in animal-food protein.
Whether in life or in a work/customer service situation, a positive attitude is a difference maker.
Elimination of animal agriculture might reduce GHG emissions to some extent but would ultimately end up with more people going hungry.
Does it really make sense to chew on your kale salad while saying junk food is empty calories and sugary sodas should be highly taxed or that the poor don’t have adequate access to a decent diet?
The appropriate use of a varieties of technologies holds promise to improve nutrition and quality, reduce waste, improve environmental sustainability and help ensure good food choices.
In the last 25 years, what was the most significant food safety change?
Science also can make livestock more productive and environmentally friendly.