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  • beef

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    Beef The production of beef produces requires a lot of energy and leaves a huge carbon footprint on planet earth. The process of producing beef goes far beyond raising cattle. It includes heavy water use, immense amounts of land to grow grain and/or corn, and requires an almost endless amount transportation. We have to consider not only the amount of land the cattle physically occupy, but also the amount of land used to grow the huge amount of food they require. To put it into perspective, the production

  • What’s the Beef?

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    Animal Welfare Institute. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Jan. 2014. Pacelle, Wayne. “Action Needed to Better Enforce Humane Slaughter Act.” The Huffington Post., 06 Mar. 2010. Web 16 Dec. 2013. Robinson, Jo. “What You Need to Know About the Beef You Eat.” Mother Earth News. 01 Feb. 2008: 74. eLibrary. Web. 09 Dec. 2013.

  • beyond beef

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    Jeremy Rifkin’s book, Beyond Beef, is an indictment against the cattle culture that has come to shape our world. America’s obsession with beef has led to increased hunger, disease and environmental destruction. Rifkin, without a doubt, is anti beef and with painstaking verisimilitude attempts to shed light on the horrific conditions which are brought about by the entire industry. Furthermore, his book is somewhat of a continuity of Upton Sinclair’s novel The Jungle, the first attempt made at exposing

  • Where's The Beef?

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    into your head: where’s the beef? That question was the exact same question on the minds of advertising executives at the Wendy’s chain of hamburger restaurants in 1984. The folks at Wendy’s felt that consumers were not being supplied with the quality of products they deserved. So, armed with a blunt rhetoric and a slew of witty television commercials featuring a cranky elderly woman making irascible demands of fast food chains, Wendy’s launched their “Where’s the beef?” slogan to the masse...

  • Joe Beef

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    During the late 1880’s, Joe Beefs Canteen was seen as a part of the underworld but also a place of equality. Located in the Waterfront of Victorian Montreal, this tavern regulated many working class people along with others who lived in poverty. This tavern was not just a place to have a pint, it acted as an aid for shelter, sickness, hunger and even unemployment. Joe Beefs Tavern was owned by former sergeant Charles Mckiernan, was an iconic figure to many people because of his generosity and dedication

  • The Beef with TV

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    Television: Our Nations Drug of Choice Television is our era’s escape from what we now consider a chaotic struggle of life. I think we as a people feel life can be solved in an hour long Monday night special and that exact attitude is our society’s problem today. Frankly we are a group of cowards who do not take the bull by the horns; rather we retreat to routine episode line up that we can supposedly relate to. Ladies and gentlemen we need to break free like Plato’s slave in the myth of the cave

  • Beef Cattle Industry

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    The commercial beef cattle industry is one of the strongest agricultural industries in the United States of America. Since the late fifteenth century, cattle have dominated the North American continent, especially the United States. Much has changed, however, since their first arrival to America. Breeds have evolved and practices have improved. Possibly one of the only things that has not changed is the hard work, time, and effort that the American farmers and ranchers spend each day tending

  • Beef Customer Satisfaction

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    Executive Director, Issues Management — NCBA Summary The checkoff-funded beef safety tracking survey conducted in November 2004 found that fresh beef steaks/roasts remained the protein with the highest consumer confidence in safety. The survey asks consumers to give grades to foods for being safe to eat and 76 percent of survey respondents gave steak/roast an A or B for safety. Background The beef safety tracking surveys are quarterly telephone surveys of a national, random sample of U.S

  • The Great Beef Debate

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    European ban on hormone-treated beef and the recent dispute over American steel safeguard measures. These two trade disputes represent different types and different issues within the trade relationship, although both expose weaknesses in the WTO system. The beef hormone dispute represents a new type of ideologically-based trade dispute that is becoming more and more common . Hormone treated beef was first banned in 1989 by the European Community, and in 1995, the beef hormone case was one of the first

  • hamburgers and ground beef

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    Hamburgers and Ground Beef Each individual in America has a goal he or she wants to accomplish. Whether it’s to purchase a new car or a huge home, it’s a goal wanted to be reached. However with the amount of fast food that Americans eat today, they will have a hard time accomplishing these goals because of the obesity or even disease they’ll have from the fast food. One major fast food that we like to eat while on the go is hamburgers. If it’s breakfast we grab a burger, if it’s lunch we grab a