Tiny nanoparticles are entering our food supply unregulated, unlabeled, and untested.
The feds are finally cracking down on misleading labels, but you're still better off buying organic for now.
Any company working on genetically engineered animals can take note: The U.S. government sets the bar low.
The government didn’t get a chance to see whether a new calorie-cutting additive in Mug Root Beer is safe.
Even under normal conditions, as the latest tainted chicken scare illustrates, we're giving food safety short shrift.
The government's new effort to strengthen its weak inspection system for imported food isn't going to cover everything we eat from foreign countries.
With most samples of several common store-bought meats testing positive for antibiotic-resistant "superbugs," factory farming practices must change.
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