Study: 'Green' eating not good for the planet
Some experts have suggested that avoiding certain foods or food groups might be better for the environment, but new research suggests this may not be the case. Defining sustainable eating plans is a complex task but one that is necessary to help protect the planet's resources and nourish a growing population move. Read more here.
Let's face it: Anti-ag groups are just mean
Don’t be fooled; one goal of this and other anti-meat groups — such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) — is to create a financial hardship for farmers and processors. They want meat, milk and eggs to cost more so we’ll buy less of them. In their ideal world, we would all be surviving on tofu and bean sprouts. Read more here.
A win for science as judge rules against Arla's ad campaign
It will be interesting to see if the mainstream media picks up on this developing news. Long story short: This is a win for SCIENCE. Multinational Food Consortium Arla has been legally blocked from continuing a marketing campaign that propagated unsubstantiated and misleading claims against Posilac. Read more here.
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