Fur, Farm, and Fork has been a lot of things over the years. It’s been about research, scientific education, ethics, analysis of food production and animal agriculture, public health, food safety, scientific integrity, and even just an excuse to read and think critically about published research. It’s even opened up some opportunities that were pretty spectacular for a student.
Today it serves as a platform for scientific education and analysis of all things food safety. I hope that the content on this blog provides some grey area on subjects that are polarizing and heated, and that it can be seen as a resource for food and animal topics to those who want to listen without being shouted at. If you disagree with what’s on here and bring a citation I haven’t seen before, oh how we will be friends. If you learn something new about regulations, industry, or research, then please pass it on to someone else.
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About the author:
Austin Bouck is a food safety professional with industry experience in amenable products, shelf-stable meals, beverages, and snacks. He has a degree in Animal Science from Oregon State University with additional undergraduate and graduate work in food law and microbiology. You can read more about his background and experience on LinkedIn.
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