"You need meat, OK? We're going to have meat in Florida," DeSantis said during a press conference.
The move would close a promising culinary door and deny Italian consumers the opportunity to buy products that fit their preferences.
Thanks to globalization, we plebes can pay just $6.49 for a whole Whopper meal fit for a 16th-century king.
Warning diners that red meat is bad for the environment is yet another attempt to socially engineer food choices.
Regulators are beginning to smile on the sci-fi project of creating real meat products without the typical death and environmental destruction.
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With government meddling, many farmers end up doing less with more, and people end up paying more for less.
The G Word, a new documentary, only occasionally covers serious issues. But it opts not to do honest reporting.
More choice can decrease meat consumption without coercion of regressive taxation.
The president can't fix a problem he doesn't understand.
Biden's Stimulus Bill Subsidized Meat Producers. Now, the White House Blames 'Corporate Greed' for High Meat Prices.
Is America's meat processing industry making huge profits by "jacking up prices" during a pandemic, or does it need government assistance? Both, according to the Biden administration.
The beef checkoff problem raises prices without benefiting ranchers
Warning people about the dangers of raw meat doesn't require prohibiting the practice.
The process uses 99 percent less land and 96 percent less freshwater than traditional meat production.
COVID-19 has exposed the problems of a centralized food supply and built momentum for sweeping deregulation of the meat industry.
Turns out that basing animal rights policy on the strong feelings of animal rights activists is not working out so well for the animals themselves.
And produced with a much lower environmental footprint
Cell-based meat cultivation is on its way.
Three bills are on the table, but only one of them promises to unshackle small and independent ranchers.
Anti-competitive regulations have made Americans far too reliant on mega meat processors. It's time to level the playing field.
A renewed push to pass the PRIME Act picks up steam as COVID-19 leaves us all asking “Where’s the beef?”
When it comes to the food economy, government should remember that workers and consumers call the shots.
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Impossible Foods says that animal agriculture is a leading cause of climate change. Instead of trying to pass laws to ban meat, it's providing tasty, plant-based alternatives.
Nobody is being "confused" by vegetarian meat substitutes.
Going vegetarian would reduce a person's greenhouse gas emissions by around 2 percent
Watch journalist Nina Teicholz face off against David L. Katz, MD, the founding director of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, at an event in New York City.
A state law says you can't call it meat unless it's actually beef, pork, or poultry. Critics say the bill violates the First Amendment.
Fear mongering over ingredients derived from genetically modified yeast
Nevertheless, U.S. cancer rates are stable for women and declining for men.