It’s crushing for many farmers to learn that a brand like Carhartt is teaming up with anti-biotech fast-food company Chipotle for a new clothing campaign.
Differences about what to eat are fine, but spreading misinformation, as was done by activists in the battle over GMOs, isn’t a good long-term strategy.
Chipotle Mexican Grill — which has long ruffled the feathers of many in agriculture — is premiering its first-ever Super Bowl commercial.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. will pay $25 million to resolve criminal charges related to the company’s involvement in foodborne illness outbreaks
Imagine where we’d be today if in 2014 Chipotle invested heavily in research, rural mental health, or resources to bring precision agriculture to farmers.
Certain food companies will stop at nothing to sell their products even if it means misleading consumers while throwing hard-working farmers under the bus.