You Should Know

January, 2010 Issue

Looking Beyond the Meat and Poultry Labels at Animal Welfare Practices

There’s a lot of recent buzz about the humane treatment of livestock. You can thank this trend to a growing animal welfare movement spurred by celebrity chefs like Rick Bayless—one of the first chefs to talk about humanely-raised meats—and food documentaries like Food, Inc., which displays images of farms with over-crowded feedlots and chicken coops.

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