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FDA is kicking the BPA-lined can further down the road in an announcement last week that the Administration plans to keep studying this issue while consumers continue to be exposed.
A chemical that can disrupt hormone function and potentially cause cancers, diabetes, infertility and brain disorders should not be contaminating the food that millions eat every day.
The beef industry is pushing back hard in the last few days against opposition to Lean Beef Trimmings, better known as "pink slime."
All the hullaballoo reminded me of a dramatic talk I witnessed about a year ago on this very topic.
Every year, 76 million Americans get sick from food, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Nothing you can do will ever guarantee 100 percent protection against food-borne illness, but taking certain precautions can help reduce your risk.
It's not like this is some wasteful government program. It's a relatively cheap way to help save lives, so what's going on?
No matter how you slice it, any such rule is baloney, or a red herring, or any other food metaphor you like, because the length of time your food rests on the floor has nothing to do with how contaminated it gets.
Following these simple steps is an easy way to keep you and your guests healthy. Food is a big part of this weekend and we want everyone to have a safe, healthy and fun Super Bowl Sunday. Enjoy the food and the game.
Anyone who has paid attention to the news here in France during the past year has seen the articles and the investigative features on television exposing the shocking practice of restaurants all over the country.
Cheap food comes at a cost. But the good news is that it is not too late to change the way our food is produced.
Given all the defeats and set-backs this year due to powerful food industry lobbying, the good food movement should by now be collectively shouting: I am mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore.
On the first day of Christmas my food maker gave to me: Listeria in a cantaloupe.
Open food markets can augment domestic food supplies, reduce supply variability, and make more efficient use of global resources. Trade is part of the solution, not part of the problem.
When is a soup not a soup, in my humble opinion? I would say when it's made with dehydrated crystals of vegetable, meat, and monosodium glutamate, in a packet or bouillon cube.
Food scientists say that over three quarters of the honey sold in American supermarkets and drug stores may not be what the bees created.