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Source: Science News
By the end of this century, rice may not deliver the same B vitamin levels that it does today. Protein and certain minerals will dwindle, too, new data suggest.
Source: USA Today
Eating one egg a day may significantly cut your risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new study from Chinese researchers.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association, a Washington-based trade association representing more than 250 food, beverage and consumer product companies, issued a statement Friday in response to the WHO's efforts. "Food and beverage...
May 14, 2018 Economics of Food SafetySource: Convenience Store Decision
America’s food industry has a $55.5 billion safety problem annually, as recently reported by Fortune Magazine. This includes foodborne illnesses at convenience stores and restaurants, food recalls and other food safety issues.
Source: Live Science
May 11, 2018 EU declines to renew glyphosate licenceSource: EUobserver
Ilsi is financed, among others, by Monsanto and other glyphosate producers, including industry group Croplife International. Another Ilsi member, Antonio Moretto, is the JMPR vice-chair. Boobis claimed his role at Ilsi is...
Source: Chicago Tribune
CropLife International, a global federation representing the plant science industry, said more than 150 scientific studies have been done on animals fed biotech crops and to date, there is no scientific evidence of any...
Source: USA Today
America tries to eat its vegetables, so the recent romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak has put everyone from Caesar salad fans to those who barely tolerate a splash of greens in a taco on high alert.
Source: WTKR TV
Want to prolong your life expectancy by more than a decade? A new study suggests that you can do just that by following these five healthy habits: never smoke, maintain a healthy body-mass index, keep up moderate to vigorous...
May 7, 2018 Mercury rising: Are the fish we eat toxic'Source: Science Daily
By comparing this data, which was published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), postdoctoral fellow Raphaël Lavoie was able to estimate these populations' per capita intake of methylmercury...
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