Browsing the "E. Coli" Tag

Top News from the Food Front: GMO Bans, Paleo Nope, & Toxic Jerky

May 24th, 2014 | by Tanya Sitton

DO NOT eat hummus or walnuts before reading about these ongoing food recalls -- also avoid the ground beef. I know, I know, I always say that -- but this time (in addition to many other good reasons!) it's an e. coli contamination thing. The week's food safety issues aren't just bothering 2-legged diners: if you have canine friends, beware the toxic jerky! So, yes, the week's news does feature some ickiness. But don't be scared -- there's also some nifty GMO news, plus research on Paleo diets, cheap food, and obesity. Holy guacamole, but there's much to report this week!


Top News from the Food Front: Righteous Research, Processed Poison, AgriBiz Aggro, and a Vegetarian Ruckus

November 16th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

This week's top stories bring some nifty research to the table: meat and diabetes, school lunches and student health, Alzheimer's and herbs! The FDA tries some more baby steps towards regulating dangerous stuff in our food -- what a neat idea! -- and processed foods reach a new low, sending children to the emergency room. GMO apples that resist turning brown won't save the world; but they're the hot new biotech item, and the USDA seeks public comment about it. Also, cattle ranchers hate Joan Jett -- read on to find out why!


Five Grossest Items in Your Kitchen

June 15th, 2013 | by Heather Carr

Wondering what the grossest items in your kitchen are? No? I don't blame you. It's not something I like to think about, either. Fortunately, there are professionals who concern themselves with gross stuff and they're willing to tell us about it


Michele Bachmann and Food Safety Regulations

September 29th, 2011 | by Heather Carr

Michele Bachmann stopped by a meat packing plant last week and commented that food safety regulations were strangling small business. She's not the only politician to complain about excessive government regulations, so I thought I'd look at what regulations a meat packing plant has to follow. Which one of these regulations do you consider unnecessary



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