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Beyond Meat

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Beyond Meat

We at FARMetarian.com are very interested in the future of meat alternatives. Today Beyond Meat (a product that bills itself as “the first plant protein that looks, feels, tastes, and acts like meat”) announced that their product is now available for purchase in Northern California Whole Foods. If you’re in the area and happen to […]

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Consumer Perceptions of Farm Animal Welfare

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Consumer Perceptions of Farm Animal Welfare

A recent report by the Animal Welfare Institute found that, “American consumers are increasingly aware of, and concerned about, how animals raised for food are treated.” The report details consumer attitudes toward farm animal welfare and finds that: Americans care about how farm animals are raised and theysupport regulating farm animal care “Humanely raised” is […]

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Graham Hill: Why I’m a Weekday Vegetarian

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Graham Hill: Why I'm a Weekday Vegetarian

We at FARMetarian.com applaud Graham Hill for taking steps to change his life and the world – for the better. Transcript: About a year ago, I asked myself a question: “Knowing what I know, why am I not a vegetarian?” After all, I’m one of the green guys: I grew up with hippie parents in […]

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Conscientious Eater

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Conscientious Eater

Great article from an Alaskan student!¬† View original: http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/schools/2012-03-26/conscientious-eater-know-your-meat-etarian Conscientious eater: know-your-meat-etarian Verbatim Posted:¬†March 26, 2012 – 9:25am By Heather Morton My bologna has a first name, it’s m-o-o-s-e. My bologna has a second name, it’s c-a-r-i-b-o-u. I love meat. The smell of it makes my mouth water and I find it uniquely satisfying. Yet, […]