Beef is a sustainable, nutritious food, and its positive role in nourishing young people, especially student athletes, is the focus of recent beef checkoff promotions.
Eating meat is a tradition as old as history itself and veganism has yet to prove itself as a long-term healthful way of eating. Here are some recent headlines that highlight this sentiment.
The beef checkoff helps the beef business in many ways. Here’s a look.
Some packers will soon require the fed cattle they buy come from BQA-certified feedyards. What are the implications for cow-calf and stocker producers?
James Rogers, Ph.D., director of Food Safety Testing and Research at Consumer Reports, responds to Amanda Radke’s blog post about reports indicated there are drugs in the meat supply.
A Consumer Reports article claims that samples of meat contained trace amounts of illegal street drugs. Here’s how the industry should respond.
As consumers celebrate Labor Day, they’ll be grilling more beef than ever before.
By 2019, blockchain beef will hit the shelves, but will consumers be willing to pay for it?
Memphis Meats and North American Meat Institute believe FDA should have oversight of pre-market safety evaluations and USDA for inspecting meat and poultry products.