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Why are Bill Gates and Richard Branson investing in meat that costs $18,000 a pound?

The world loves meat. So much so that demand for meat products is projected to grow by nearly 70 percent by 2050. But meat production places a significant strain on the planet’s resources. Research shows that today’s meat-producing efforts use one-third of the Earth’s fresh water and land surface, and generate nearly one-fifth of all greenhouse gas emissions.

Taiwan bans sale, consumption of dog and cat meat

Taiwan’s legislature has explicitly banned the sale and consumption of dog and cat meat and increased the penalty for animal cruelty, underscoring growing awareness of animal welfare in one of Asia’s most prosperous societies.

Brazil reassures foreign countries after meat scandal

Brazil’s president met Sunday with dozens of ambassadors from countries that import Brazilian meat, seeking to minimize damage from a corruption probe that alleges meatpackers bribed inspectors to keep rotten meat on the market.

Blogos: Athol meat pie? No thanks

The daily roundup of links from HucksOnline blogosphere begins with Christa Hazel's photograph of a lunch menu in Edinburgh, Scotland -- one that includes something called Athol Meat Pie. Also: Wintry weekend/Slight Detour, Openings: Lots to choose from/7 Blog, Driving in winter Wonderland/Faithful Geek, Simpler times, even in movies/Simple Mind...

U.S. repeals meat labeling law after WTO rulings against it

WASHINGTON – It’s now harder to find out where your beef or pork was born, raised and slaughtered. After more than a decade of wrangling, Congress repealed a labeling law last month that required retailers to include the animal’s country of origin on packages of red meat. It’s a major victory for the meat industry, which had fought the law in Congress and the courts since the early 2000s.

Looking back at my 2015 in video gaming

A handful of gaming experiences from 2015 that I'll always remember, some of them from new releases and others from titles I should have explored years ago.

Hot dog makers, meat sellers shake off WHO cancer report

Hot dog makers and meat sellers say a report from the World Health Organization labeling wieners, bacon and other processed meats as cancer-causers is baloney. WHO said Monday that processed meats raised the risk of colon, stomach and other cancers. It also said red meat probably contributes to the disease, too.

Spokane chef swaps meat for Alaska salmon

Adam Hegsted took first place in the recent Swap Meat for Alaska Seafood recipe contest for professional chefs. His Alaska Salmon Osso Bucco took the top $2,500 prize in the competition, sponsored by the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute.

It’s the summer grill: Any meat, any time

The latest offering from Cook’s Illustrated aims to help home cooks get their grill on this summer – or prepare any kind of meat any time. The comprehensive, hardback volume features recipes for the grill as well as the oven and stovetop, complete with its signature black-and-white illustrated tips.