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Can Consumers Win
from the Mythical
The intellectual godfather of the animal rights movement, Peter Singer, co-authored an article in The Washington Post claiming, “To fix the climate, take meat off the menu.”…
PostedJune 18, 2012 at4:31 pm
First The Feds Came For Light Bulbs: Is Steak Next?
Mark Bittman, the arch-food snob of The New York Times online op-ed section, came out with another doozy of a column this week. Calling for Americans to…
PostedMay 18, 2012 at4:11 pm
The Winners From “Pink Slime” Scare Are … Australian?
We predicted that the unscientific, hysterical calls to remove finely textured beef–tarred as “pink slime” in the media—would result in higher hamburger prices and no benefits to food safety…
PostedMay 14, 2012 at3:52 pm
Foodie Villain of the Week
The current foodie movement villain of the week is ground beef, specifically boneless lean beef trimmings (which they call “pink slime”). What are boneless lean beef trimmings? Well, they’re…
PostedMarch 15, 2012 at4:58 pm
Is Food the Earth’s Worst Enemy?
The radical Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) can’t seem to go a day without lecturing the 99 percent of the country that doesn’t share its vegan…
PostedOctober 14, 2011 at12:00 am
Al Gore: Meat = Global Warming
Former Vice President Al Gore is well known for his advocacy work on climate-change issues. But a new interview with Gore is making waves—and not just for his…
PostedAugust 29, 2011 at12:00 am
“Green” Activists Pollute Media with Hazy Claims About Meat
There’s a reason the Environmental Working Group is known in some circles as the Environmental “Worrying” Group: It uses shoddy “science” to push agenda-driven, fear-based propaganda. Often, EWG…
PostedJuly 19, 2011 at12:00 am
The “Ick” Factor and the Myth of “All-Natural”
Many so-called “green” and “natural” foods and packaging are just “a marketing gimmick,” our senior analyst told Fox and Friends this morning in a segment titled “Green or Gross?”…
PostedJuly 12, 2011 at12:00 am
New York Times’ Mark Bittman: Whine Connoisseur?
The New York Times’ Mark Bittman is at it again. This time the resident I’m-a-better-human-than-you food columnist is whining that during his last visit to Iowa, no livestock farmers…
PostedJuly 7, 2011 at12:00 am
Why Bother Eating At All?
Food snobbery, thy name is Mark Bittman. Writing in yesterday’s New York Times, the cookbook author cum culinary columnist officially displaced Marie Antoinette as history’s most haute…
PostedJune 3, 2011 at12:00 am