Meat Labels: No More Minced Words

Meat Labels: No More Minced Words

This is a guest blog post by Kirsten L. Grieshaber. You’re a well-intentioned consumer.  You know that eating sustainably raised meat is better for you, your taste buds, the environment, public health, and the livelihoods of farmers who support responsible … Continue reading

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Confusing Egg Labels

Confusing Egg Labels

We’re big on eggs here at Fooducate. They are a cheap and reliable source of protein, especially for meat avoiders. They are one of few foods naturally containing vitamin D and they are also a good source of vitamin A, … Continue reading

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What Do Meat Labels Mean?

What Do Meat Labels Mean?

Whether beef or poultry, you’ve probably seen various claims on the plastic wrapping your meat. Women’s Health Magazine published 10 Meaty Secrets Revealed and decoded the claims on packaged meats to reveal what really matters when you’re scanning the butcher … Continue reading

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Confusing Eggs

Confusing Eggs

From the  New York Times: IT used to be, an egg was an egg. Now they can be cage free and free range, vegetarian and omega-3 fortified, organic, “certified humane” or “American humane certified.” The incredible, edible egg is becoming … Continue reading

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