• Food & Cooking

    This meat is soon disappearing from Chipotle’s menu | Food and cooking

    When White Castle opened its first doors in Wichita, Kansas in 1921, it quietly began a dining revolution in America. It took a few decades for fast food to really get on a roll: McDonald’s, the first to translate assembly line practices found in car factories into kitchens, opened what would become the modern iteration of the famous hamburger joint in 1948. Soon after, other restaurants were taking note of McDonald’s success and pivoting their restaurants to mimic the standardization and processes. Burger King, Carl’s Jr., Taco Bell, Arby’s, Chick-fil-A, and Wendy’s came into their recognizable forms in the following  

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  • Business & Finance

    Trending Headlines: Cell meat for kids, beef demand & USA labeling

    Today, I round up the latest in headlines that relate to the beef cattle industry. From new marketing tactics from the fake meat camp to consumers demanding more beef, this week’s headlines are a mixed bag. Check them out and let me know what you think! 1. “This children’s book wants to inspire future cell-based meat makers” by the Green Queen Related: Consumers want beef, Impossible Foods headed to schools “The book is taking the typical question of children where different foods, in this case, hot dogs, come from into a different direction than what you would expect as an  

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