Dan Murphy

Commentary: Wild and woolly

In most big cities, there’s a proliferation of food trucks parked on downtown streets and serving hordes of lunchtime diners. And a few are pushing the boundaries of what’s on the menu. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Mayo mania

What does mayonnaise have to do with baby chickens? A relatively new activist group hopes its shock-treatment video will inspire consumers to connect — and reject — the two. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Poultry Processing—the home game

A consumer workshop offered by an organic gardening association turns the tables on the standard veggie entreaty: Instead of giving up chicken, learn how to kill them . . . humanely. FULL STORY »

Commentary: To recall or not to recall

That is the question, and when a food-safety outbreak occurs, it’s one that’s been debated for years. Now, two House Members want to cement mandatory recall authority into the statutes. FULL STORY »

Commentary: So sue me!

On a regular basis, people file outrageous lawsuits against food companies for astronomical damages. But when they profess vegetarianism as the cause of their ‘injuries, it gets ridiculous. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Bananas to the rescue

The humble fruit — albeit a radical new variety — may soon to neutralize one of the meat and food industry’s most troubling and (seemingly) intractable activist campaigns. Read on to learn how. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Re-thinking fast-food

The entire category is undergoing a reinvention — if you believe the breathless business analysts enamored of the niche concepts currently being launched. Here’s an easier, better alternative. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The ‘C-word’ strikes again

From the Harvard University School of Public Health comes yet another indictment of red meat, this time as the cause of breast cancer. Only one problem: The researchers are wrong. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Blue is the new black

As water rights, supplies and availability become even larger priorities for industry, the provision of the resource itself is endangered by local funding constraints — but that’s about to change. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Media’s mad reporting skills

Unlike the sensationalized coverage of BSE — mad cow to every reporter or TV producer alive — back in the day, contemporary reporting is subdued, factual and actually accurate. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Minimal consideration

In what is becoming an increasingly common response to a stagnant economy and stagnant wages, the city of Seattle sets a new standard for the minimum wage. But will it kill jobs? FULL STORY »

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