Genetically modified foods hit the shelves in 1996, but despite related health problems, no labeling laws exist. Arm yourself with knowledge instead!
Tags: agent orange, american academy of environmental medicine, CDC, Centers For Disease Control, corn nation, ddt, doug gurian-sherman, EPA, Food & Chemical Toxicology, food and chemical toxicology, food toxicity, GMOs, god move over, herbicides, Holly Sidell, institute for responsible technology, meat, michael taylor, Monsanto, nk603, olive oil, poultry, Roundup, union of concerned scientists
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.
Tags: banned, chicken, e.u., europe, foods, gmo corn, GMOs, japan, organic, poultry, turkey, u.s.
Think you can trust the government? Think again. Here’s a disturbing look at the five ingredients we eat every day that are so toxic they are banned in most other countries.
Tags: arsenic, azodicarbonamide, bha, bht, bleach, brominated flour, brominated vegetable oil, bvo, Cancer, carcinogens, causes cancer, coloring agents, cristina goyanes, dairy, fda, food dye, food safety, froot loops, government, hormones, igf-1, ingredients, jayson calton, lauren welter, mira calton, national institute of health, olean, olestra, petroleum, potassium bromate, poultry, rbgh, rbst, rich food poor foor, shape, thyroid cancer, what causes cancer, whats in food?
An activist and poultry processing worker drafts a fast-moving petition to stop the USDA from dismantling necessary food safety regulations.
The USDA gives food companies a heads up before inspections, then tests bird carcasses that have been soaked in chemicals to fool the system.
Insects pack more protein than beef, pork, and chicken. And with overpopulation and global warming, we could be crunching on creepy crawlers sooner than we can stomach.
Tags: beef, carbon dioxide output, chickens, chocolate covered crickets, cows, dairy, energy use, environmental impact, global warming, greenhouse gas emissions, greenhouse gases, insects, land use, larvae, livestock, mealworms, milk, plos one, pork, poultry, spicy fried mealworms, superworms, termites, wageningen university
Food industry giants are pumping our chicken full of artificial “flavor enhancers” to hide the fact that the meat is stringy and malnourished.
Tags: all natural, beef, contaminants, cracked, flavor enhancers, food industry, fowl, hindus, muslims, pauli poisuo, plumping, pork, poultry, salt, sodium
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.
Tags: 3d printer, antibiotics, beef pork, bernard lahousse, butchers, chicken, farmers, flavor molecules, food and tech connect, food industry, foodpairing, hack meat, hackathon, in vitro meat, kevin fitchard gigaom, labs, meat consumption, molecular gastronomy, paramonguino, peru meat stand, poultry, software developers, sustainability, tech
Factory animals are pumped full of antibiotics to make them gain weight. What does that mean for our waistlines?
Tags: drugs, e coli, farm animals, fda, ground turkey, ilseung cho, johns hopkins center for a livable future, lactic acid, livestock, meat, microbiome, mother jones, nature, new york university, overweight, poultry, promote growth, salmonella, sausage, weight gain