Factory animals are pumped full of antibiotics to make them gain weight. What does that mean for our waistlines?
Food safety advocates are launching one final effort to stop the FDA from approving genetically modified salmon. But with the final hurdle fast approaching, frankenfish could be heading to your plate very soon.
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