Cattle Welfare Before Consumer Concerns

Will Changing Animal Welfare Regulations Benefit Cattle and Producers? By Laramie Slade, University of Saskatchewan student Across Canada, consumers want to know the story behind the beef they eat. They want to know where it came from, how it was raised, and if it was raised humanely and with care. Consumers have Read more…

Moms Across America report 'finding' glyphosate in breastmilk

Toxic Ta-Ta’s?

What research looks like when it is and is not performed by scientists Food safety laws and regulations are constantly evolving; from what initially began as a basic and patchwork start to today’s highly technical tact, relying on leading science to inform and improve what is, and isn’t, permitted. Our Read more…

CFIA PROTOCOL AND THE BEEF INDUSTRY

Is the Canadian Food Inspection Agency doing enough to prevent border closures? By Jade Marshall, University of Saskatchewan student The beef industry is a volatile business, heavily reliant on exports, according to a 2014 source Canada exports 40% of its beef production. This makes the Canadian beef industry extremely susceptible Read more…