Any company working on genetically engineered animals can take note: The U.S. government sets the bar low.
Men who live in cages may have caught the shrimp at your supermarket.
Chefs are trying to get diners to eat inexpensive, delicious fish with goofy or obscure names.
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.
Despite consumer opposition, the FDA is one step away from approving genetically engineered salmon.
Transgenic salmon sounds fishy.
An alarming percentage of the fish found in creeks contaminated by J.R. Simplot's phosphate mining operations in Idaho are grossly deformed.
GOP lawmakers are howling to overturn the EPA's mercury regulations.