Episode 8: Can factory-farmed meat be ethical meat?

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The pure enjoyment of sinking teeth into well-seasoned flesh has been getting a bit more complicated lately. This week, we dive into the growing ambivalence about the way our meat gets produced. Arguing that factory farming can be, and often is, humane is Tina Widowski, Director of the Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare at the University of Guelph. She squares off with farmer and food activist Joel Salatin. For dessert, ethical-eating guru Michael Pollan shares his cure for industrial meat guilt.

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