Denmark raises antibiotic-free pigs. Why can’t the US?

Denmark raises antibiotic-free pigs. Why can’t the US?

As a recent study finds antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in food animals or livestock raised for meat, has nearly tripled in low and middle-income countries since 2000, it demonstrates the critical issue of growing antibiotic use alongside consumption of animal protein....
How French shoppers are rejecting cut-price capitalism

How French shoppers are rejecting cut-price capitalism

Paying a fair price for our food may seem obvious, but in today’s world of big brands and supermarket dominance, many of our staples are being sold below cost. The basic assumption by supermarkets is that all consumers want competitively priced produce, the...
Is this what the future of food looks like?

Is this what the future of food looks like?

As 2019 draws to an end, you might be looking forward to what the upcoming year holds. This article looks a little further ahead to what our food might look like in 2050, when growing populations and dwindling resources will force us to re-think how we eat. From...
One Whopper junior, hold the toy

One Whopper junior, hold the toy

When both Burger King and McDonald’s announced earlier this year that they were scaling back or removing plastic toys from kids meals it was a win for the environment. Environmental arguments appeared to have succeeded much quicker that the argument that...