It looks like the first Meatless Monday held in the House of Representatives cafeteria on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on June 3 was also the last, reports US News & World Report. The initiative, which seeks to encourage consumers to eat more meals without animal proteins, has been incorporated by a number of onsite dining operations. However, at the highly politicized Capitol Hill venue, it ran into opposition from meat producers, who sent a letter to the House Administration ...
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