In this excerpt from "Raw Deal," author Chloe Sorvino explains how America's meat supply chain became so fragile.
As inflation pushes food costs higher, consumers are shifting their protein preferences.
One rancher in the Pacific Northwest built her own supply chain to control how her cows get to market.
Not the farmers.
The pandemic exposed weakness in the United States’ meat processing infrastructure. Now, there’s interest in boosting capacity at the local level.
Some believe brisket's move up the popularity chain began a little more than a decade ago.
Weird weather, growing Chinese demand, locusts in Africa and, of course, COVID are driving the surge in prices.
For years, analysts have been working to find financial tools for curbing certain behaviors.