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We are obsessed with rotting hamburgers. [VIDEOS]

January 29th, 2015 | by Becky Striepe

The world seems to have a fixation with rotting hamburgers, fast food and otherwise. We love seeing how long they take to decompose or whether they decompose at all. The video above shows seven different burgers aging under glass for 30 days


Top News from the Food Front: Year Ends with Organic Vegan Bangs, Fast Food Whimpers

December 28th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

Happy almost-New-Year, food news enthusiasts! With all the festivities to attend and holiday soirées to plan, I'll keep this week's top news roundup short, sweet, and to the point. This week's good news features organic food, vegan food, and ag-gag defeats; but wait -- there's also fast food, cancer, and horse slaughter news that deserves to be on the radar of conscious eaters and ethical foodies. Read on, for the final food news roundup of the year!


Top News From the Food Front: GMO Labeling Loss, Bee-tastrophe, Custody McFail, and BPA Badness

November 9th, 2013 | by Tanya Sitton

This week's news features mega-GMO-developments, bee-tastrophe, equine death sentence commutation, and a parenting win transformed heartbreakingly into a McFail. BPA does more damage than you thought, and the FDA finally takes on trans fats -- is it progress, or only 'progress'? From the lighter side of the news world, a new study reveals that an ounce of nutritional education provides a pound of healthiness for poor families. Read on, for the week's best news in food!



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