Many conventional pet food brands feature animal byproducts and low-grade meats unsuited for humans but considered good enough for pet chow.
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“This is collusion between two Obama administration agencies to significantly and permanently weaken the integrity of the organic standards.”
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A version of Coca-Cola made with real cane sugar rather than high-fructose corn syrup has become the beverage of choice among trendy New Yorkers.
In an almost unprecedented decision, a federal judge has allowed Chevron to subpoena Americans' private email data—and said the First Amendment doesn't apply.
Food companies might advertise natural flavors, low calories and vitamins A through Z, but they're much less likely to promote their use of fish bladders, sand or human hair.
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"When the bees flew into my life in 2007, I was looking for purpose."
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Olive oil glides into place as a must-have household and beauty product.