More in Beef Quality

  • chipotle ads attack agrigulture
    Sep 19, 2013

    A Scarecrow Aptly Named 3

    Here’s an inconvenient truth—negative marketing works. Or perhaps “unfortunate” is a better word. From politicians still in office to those on the outside, like Al Gore, negative marketing is standard fare. Now it appears the same holds true in the food world....More
  • pork prices buy up beef market share
    Jun 27, 2013

    Pork Is The New Poultry As It Buys Market Share

    The lesson for the beef industry is that we had better figure out a way to combat these market share-buying strategies by our pork and poultry competitors, because they certainly aren't backing off on their efforts....More
  • withdrawal guidelines for food animal drugs
    Jun 25, 2013

    A Guide To Understanding Animal Drug Withdrawal Times 2

    The FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) sets slaughter withdrawal times for approved food animal drugs. Let’s discuss the work that goes into ensuring their safety....More
  • ground beef safety
    Jan 2, 2013

    Canada Offers U.S. Consumer Lessons

    A study conducted by the Canadian Food Safety Alliance in early December indicates that half of respondents believe E.coli incidents have been increasing over the last five years. Even more concerning is that 42% of Canadians say they've decreased their consumption of beef as a result....More
  • Oct 26, 2012

    HSUS Video, 'A Pig's Tail' Targets Young Children

    A new animated video from the Humane Society of the U.S. aimed at young kids builds on HSUS’s strategy of appearing to side with “family farms” and against corporate or modern agriculture. The livestock industry can’t compete with HSUS in dollars spent, number of lawyers, or a sympathetic mainstream media, but producers can utilize social media tools to reach consumers directly....More
  • E. Coli Recalls From Canada's XL Foods Rocks Beef Industry
    Oct 18, 2012

    The Ever-Growing Price of E. Coli 1

    Prior to the beef recall in mid September by Canada’s XL Foods, the North American beef industry had been quietly celebrating one of the more successful summers relative to E. coli. The industry’s progress in ensuring a safe beef supply has been great, and the risk of contamination is falling, but the risks as a result of potential contaminations are increasing....More
  • Oct 11, 2012

    XL Foods At Center Of Cross-Border Contamination Issue

    his year had been quiet in terms of U.S. beef recalls. That changed with a Sept. 17 recall of ground beef products produced at an Edmonton, Alberta, plant operated by XL Foods, Canada’s second largest beef processor. The recall expanded 13 times over the next three weeks to include whole-muscle cuts, short ribs and other intact cuts. The recall was significant because it exposed the interdependent nature of the North American beef trade....More
  • Oct 10, 2012

    Magazine Needs To Check Facts On BSE 7

    Just as BPI’s lean finely textured beef was unfairly characterized as “pink slime” and the H1N1 flu strain was dubbed “swine flu” by the media, the beef industry has one longer-lived slur. That is Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) as “mad cow disease.”...More
  • Sep 21, 2012

    The ABC News Lawsuit Is A Long Shot 8

    Very few cattlemen will disagree that the BPI lawsuit against ABC News is necessary and right. But the fact is, as Americans, we love the First Amendment. So, while ABC News isn’t Oprah, the suit still faces an uphill challenge...More

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×