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Meats Lab student Alexandria Ramirez boxing the freshly made sausages for a package, taken on Oct. 15, 2021.

Quality meats, tasty treats at Chico State’s Meats Lab

Shae Pastrana and Melvin Bui // October 27, 2021

Run by a crew of eight students preparing to enter the meat industry, Chico State’s Meats Lab is Butte County’s only USDA-inspected meat processing facility. In the pandemic’s early days, the lab...

Photo credit: Chase Falk

Dispelling arguments against veganism

Nicole Henson // March 1, 2017

The stereotype of vegans is heavy and for good reason. No one enjoys PETA videos of baby calves being murdered on their social media pages or being scrutinized in restaurants because they asked for extra...

Beefing up the argument against beef processing

Yessenia Funes // February 25, 2014
It's been more than a century since "The Jungle" hit bookshelves but the meat-packing industry continues to disregard safety.
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