Tag Archives: Meat

Mises Predicted the “Meat Tax”

I hope that governments will consider introducing a health levy on red and processed meat as part of a range of measures to make healthy and sustainable decision-making easier for consumers . A health levy on red and processed meat … Continue reading

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Get Ready for the War on Meat

Mark Thornton accurately depicts the results of prohibitive taxation or outright bans of certain goods or substances:…The major takeaway from Thornton’s analysis is that when the government puts the clamps on goods and services, it creates incentives for black market … Continue reading

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Meat Stays On Military Menus

 Ideologically-motivated activists are working to take meat off the menu in institutions across the country, and they have included the U.S. military on their list of targets. To me, this is a reminder of just how fast we as a … Continue reading

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I Call Bull On The Red Meat & Breast Cancer Link

 A Harvard study links red meat consumption to an increased risk of breast cancer. But the study is weak, and there have been numerous counter studies over the years concluding that the link between beef and cancer is erroneous. Help … Continue reading

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Scientists cry foul over IARC red meat-cancer conclusions

…the process typically involves scientists who have previously published research on the substance being reviewed and may have a vested interest in defending their own research… Imagine that! Anyone who cites anything done by the UN (WHO) has proven him/her-self … Continue reading

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New study shows how beef is a health food for women

A new study proves that beef’s rich amino acid profile can reduce arterial stiffness, improve central blood pressure and treat and prevent heart disease in women. Check out this post and share on social media to help spread the word. … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘The Meat Racket’ by Christopher Leonard

Using a tournament system, Tyson compares how well each farmer fattens his chickens. Inefficient farmers are driven out of business. Please do not misunderstand or misinterpret. There is nobody alive that is more pro-competition as brought about by truly free … Continue reading

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Meat Industry Ignores Shopper Trends At Its Own Peril

  by Burt Rutherford via Beef   The grocery store world is changing, and the meat department no longer is the center of the fulcrum.  “If you want to win in our industry, you’ve got to win in meat and produce, because … Continue reading

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Rolling Stone Magazine Describes “Horrors” Of Animal Agriculture

by Amanda Radke in BEEF Daily A new article appearing in Rolling Stone describes the mistreatment of animals on farms. Here is my response. If you want to read a horror story, check out Rolling Stone’s recent article, “In The Belly Of The Beast,” by Paul … Continue reading

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Changing Consumer Attitudes

The beef industry is one of the slowest and most reluctant to change in response to changes in consumer tastes and preferences. Lifestyle, heritage and tradition are important to most all of us. However, it takes a sustainable business to … Continue reading

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