Here are seven terrible food additives and practices that are banned in Europe but green-lighted here in the good old U.S. of A.
These 13 “worst offender” food ingredients are tied to cancer, major organ damage, birth defects, and more. Find out where you’re most at risk.
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An activist and poultry processing worker drafts a fast-moving petition to stop the USDA from dismantling necessary food safety regulations.
Radical legislation could override vital state standards that protect animals and our food supply. Find out about the astonishingly backward King Amendment and how to fight back.
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Even if your daily diet contains some heart-healthy fare like salmon and oatmeal, your heart could still be at risk.
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Thanks to advances in cell cultivation, researchers are closer than ever to growing real, edible meat in labs. And those Franken-burgers (and Franken-nuggets) might just help save the planet.
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While the FDA dithers with voluntary approaches to regulation, the meat industry is feasting on antibiotics and sending out product tainted with drug-resistant bugs.
Fast food chains and even fancy chefs use meat glue to stick small chunks of animal protein together. So where does meat glue come from? The answer involves bacteria and cow blood.
Hungry for a meat wad grown from animal cells in a laboratory? With overpopulation and global warming in mind, scientists are racing to get this invention on the menu.
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