Commentary: On the meaning of ‘natural’

We love the term, especially if it’s plastered on the front of our food packaging. But if we drill down a bit, we discover that the term ‘natural’ has different meanings for different products. FULL STORY »

Amazon expanding its online grocery delivery service

Online grocery ordering is nothing new, but for consumers along the West Coast, one Internet giant will soon be offering home delivery of meat, milk and produce grocery items. FULL STORY »

San Diego schools going meatless on Mondays

Next fall, elementary school cafeterias in the San Diego, Calif., Unified School District will be offering meatless menus on Mondays. FULL STORY »

Meat and poultry trends in the U.S.

Meat consumption in the U.S. has been on the decline for nearly a decade. Several factors account for this change, but two in particular stand out. FULL STORY »

Will Burger King’s rib sandwich be a McRib-buster?

McDonald’s has a new rib rival as Burger King is set to launch their new boneless rib sandwich later this month. FULL STORY »

Tyson profit misses estimates, full-year sales forecast cut

Tyson Foods Inc, the largest U.S. meat processor, reported a weaker-than-expected quarterly profit as shoppers and restaurants switched to cheaper chicken from beef, and the company cut its full-year sales forecast. FULL STORY »

Teens who eat more protein at breakfast eat fewer calories later

Teenage boys and girls who chronically skip breakfast have a new and tasty weapon in the fight against obesity. FULL STORY »

Canada mulls retaliation against U.S. over meat-origin dispute

Canada is prepared to take "extensive retaliatory measures" against the United States unless it complies with a WTO order to redesign its meat labels, Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz said on Tuesday. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Meat cuts get confusing new monikers

I came across a news story this morning from NBC’s "Today Show" that reported a group within the meat industry is moving toward renaming some of our favorite meat cuts in order to make them “more consumer-friendly.” FULL STORY »

Don't look for cheaper food yet, even as grain prices drop

Consumers can't yet bank on a year of cheaper food, despite predictions for bulging grain crops in the United States and other major global producers that have dragged futures prices back from last year's record highs. FULL STORY »

Trust in food

Consumers are confused about food and food production, and many do not know whom to trust for food information. But the good news is, many trust farmers and ranchers more than other information sources, and first-hand exposure to production agriculture tends to improve consumers’ perceptions of food production. FULL STORY »

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