Egg-cellent picks for Easter dyeing

By Sarah Shemkus, Globe Correspondent March 18, 2016 Easter, as the song says, is on its way. And when we head to the store this year to buy the necessary eggs for coloring, we will face an unparalleled array… Read More

Antibiotic-Free Movement Gaining Ground

By John Lovett Times Record There is a hearty movement within the largest health-care and nutrition services supplier to cut antibiotics out of the food chain as part of an effort to curb what have become known… Read More

From How to be an ethical shopper: part two

By Daniel Nowland, February 29, 2016 In Food waste for With so much talk of sustainability, seasonality and animal welfare surrounding the food we eat, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin if we want to align… Read More

DuBreton® is number one producer of Certified Humane® organic pork

January 26, 2016, CANADA – Two key trends are changing family mealtime in Canada: time-crunched home cooks are no longer willing to sacrifice healthy and good for quick and processed, and there is a growing movement of consumers… Read More

Food Trends TV Dana McCauley promotes Certified Humane®

Founder of “Food Trends TV” Dana McCauley joins Toronto’s The Morning Show to discuss emerging food trends, including the growing appeal of Certified Humane® products for people who care about the treatment of farm animals raised for food.

Why the egg industry is scrambling to set hens free

Governments, activists and big brands like McDonald’s and Nestle are putting increased pressure on egg producers to raise their hens more sustainably by Marc Gunther, December 28, 2015, The Guardian Americans eat about 265 eggs per person per… Read More

PETA, Certified Humane spar over Tasty Burger marketing

By Lisa M. Keefe on 12/28/2015 on The Tasty Burger chain, with five locations in the Boston area, is at the center of a holiday tiff over humane handling between People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals… Read More

Economist shares observations on animal welfare labels

By Jayson Lusk, Food and Agricultural Economist, December 15, 2015 The December 2015 edition of the Food Demand Survey (FooDS) is now out. Some observations from the regular tracking questions: Compared to last month willingness-to-pay for all products, particularly… Read More

Montana rancher invests in life and death of bison herd

By Madison Dapcevich/Agweek December 14, 2015 LOLO, Mont. — Two days a week, Troy Westre hates his job. Walking out into his 250-acre pasture in the Bitterroot Valley in western Montana, Westre finds his herd of bison and… Read More

Premium, Young And Natural: The Turkey Labels We Cluck-Cluck Over

Original Story aired on NPR on The Salt: What’s on Your Plate?, Food for Thought, November 18, 2015 You’re at the grocery store, shopping for Thanksgiving dinner. You’ve grabbed sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts and cans of pumpkin. If you’re from the Midwest… Read More