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Source: LA Times
Think how many times you've checked a carton of milk or wedge of cheese in your fridge and saw that it had passed the date on the package. The typical response is to throw it away.
Amid a massive frozen foods recall involving millions of packages of fruits and vegetables that were shipped to all 50 U.S. states, Canada and Mexico, authorities who want to stem the listeria-linked illnesses and deaths worry...
May 20, 2016 Another Bad Week for the Anti-GMO Movement
The National Review Online - RELATED: The Beginning of the End of Anti-GMO Hysteria' WHO scheduled an extraordinary meeting with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to reevaluate glyphosate. On May 16, in...
Source: The Guardian
Bestselling weedkillers by Monsanto, Dow and Syngenta could be removed from shops across Europe by July, after an EU committee failed for a second time to agree on a new license for its core ingredient, glyphosate.
The world’s agricultural industry has a tall order to fill—it must grow twice as much on roughly the same footprint with less water all by 2050.
The National Academy of Sciences — probably the country's most prestigious scientific group — has reaffirmed its judgment that GMOs are safe to eat. But the group's new report struck a different tone from previous ones, with much...
The pesticide glyphosate, sold by Monsanto in its Roundup weed killer product and widely used in agriculture and by gardeners, is unlikely to cause cancer in people, according to a new safety review by United Nations health,...
Source: USA Todau
The fast-food chain is testing hamburgers made from fresh beef in 14 locations in the Dallas area, the company says. Instead of frozen patties, burgers like the Bacon Clubhouse and Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese are being...
Source: Channel 11 Atlanta
USDA officials confirm that Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. of Waco, Texas, is expanding a recall to now include more than 5 million pounds of fully cooked chicken products over fears they may be contaminated.
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