Where's the Beef?

Bogo, Jennifer
November 1999
E: The Environmental Magazine;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p48
Explores the alternative meat market in the United States. Forecast on the sales of alternative meat in the US by year 2001; Role of health risks linked with red meats and animal-derived foods in the growing number of consumers of alternative meat; Advantages of plant protein over animal protein; Advice by Lucy Moll, author of `Energy Eating the Vegetarian Way' to alternative meat consumers; Impact of livestock grazing on the environment.


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