Consumer Reports Magazine has published an exhaustive report on Beef. You can read the full report here. Its focus is primarily on food safety, animal husbandry, and sustainability. But it covered more than that down to levels of minutia that turned beef into a rather scary, complicated clinical topic that one would never see written the same way regarding spinach.
October 2005 after the first frost and summer grasses had turned brown. The growth of winter grasses was delayed by the drought.
Meat Industry Trends
These articles deal with futuristic issues in the meat industry. Many people have been conditioned to fear the future because if it doesn't replicate the past -- it must be bad. This is not always the case. But when it comes to changes based on very advanced scientific knowledge, it is real easy for certain folks with agendas to paint the new advancements with horrific consequences. Since the science is so advanced, 99.999% of the population cannot even imagine what the real truth is. Here once again we hope to help bridge the gap.
UNITED STATES: The Food and Drug Administration says meat and
milk products from cloned animals and their offspring are safe to eat.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released a draft risk assessment declaring meat and milk products from cloned animals and their offspring are safe.
Health and Convenience will drive global food product growth, a study finds.