Burger King is testing the vegetarian addition to its menu in response to rising consumer demand for meat alternatives.
The world's population is expected to balloon to nearly 10 billion by midcentury.
An evolutionary leftover makes it hard to convince people to shift to a vegetarian diet.
Buying a pig born to a humanely raised mama is harder than you’d think.
A philosopher argues that if there are viable ways to reduce intentional harm to animals by eating them—and there are—then all vegetarians who subscribe to the “do-the-least-harm” principle should be obligated to make roadkill a part of their diet.
Was a critically flawed meta-analysis claiming no link between saturated fat and heart disease so quickly lauded by foodies and food writers everywhere because they’re desperate to promote an “eating like grandma” agenda?