ethical eating

It's been called the "omnivore's dilemma." And nobody, not even an expert, is exempt from it.
What does it mean to eat ethically? "Food should be nutritious, affordable, and green--that is, it should minimize environmental
Is it possible to consume animal protein and still lay claim to a modicum of concern for animal welfare? I don't propose to answer that question, merely to explore the opportunities in our current social construct to make the attempt.
Cage-Free: This USDA-regulated term is used to refer to birds housed without cages. They're able to stretch their wings and
The next time you reach for a candy bar, buy candy to hand out to trick-or-treaters, or stock up for holiday baking, consider the price thousands of children are paying to bring you your chocolaty cheer.
The things that show up in my fridge these days (now that I live with a chef) are much closer to alive than they look by the time they reach Key Foods.
Muslims have no trouble seeing the blessings in food, we know the good when we see it. We see the light of God in it and we share that light. It is like all things, a sign of God for us to read. It is a taste of Paradise in this world.
D.C.-based Black Restaurant Group and the Congressional Seafood Co. last week launched The REEL Story, a seafood traceability
If we really want to end child labor and slavery in the West African cocoa industry, paying farmers half of a penny more per bar would go a long way in doing that.
ROC United, an organization aimed at improving wages and working conditions for restaurant workers, recently released its