Shrimp is often farmed in ponds that are treated with a list of chemicals that's bound to make you lose your appetite for America's No. 1 seafood.
Factory farming hurts poultry producers, consumers, and the environment.
Even under normal conditions, as the latest tainted chicken scare illustrates, we're giving food safety short shrift.
From dangerous new rules at slaughterhouses to the rock-bottom wages fast-food workers get paid, there are many reasons to lay off this kind of poultry.
The government intends to spread a failed pilot program that decreased food safety to every hog plant in the nation.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership deal threatens food safety and public health.
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.
Even food manufacturers often don't know if nanoparticles are in the food they sell and no one knows if they're safe to eat.