By Jenna Rose Lee Until just recently, all of the beef and pork sold in US grocery stores have had a COOL or “country-of-origin label.” This means we know exactly from which country we are purchasing our meat at the grocery store. The bill passed by Congress in 2002 was repealed and signed by … More COOL comes to an end
By Lauren Haas There is a certain sense of pride when leaving the grocery store with a cart full of healthy food. Customers may have snagged everything on the shelf with the words “natural” and “organic” advertised across them. According to the online non-profit website Consumer Reports, 60 percent of consumers search for products labeled “natural” … More How “natural” is your food?
As an agricultural communication student currently in the middle of my fourth and final year of college, I have been blessed with many opportunities. Several great experiences came from being an intern throughout my time at Cal Poly. Fortunate to kick 2016 off with the chance to work as a media intern, I headed to the National Western Stock Show … More Interning for the Superbowl of Livestock Shows