With increasing numbers of antibiotic-resistant bacterias found this year, we’ve reached what some are calling the end of antibiotics– and this is directly related to industrial animal agriculture.
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Whether you choose poultry, beef, or fish, it’s likely you’re getting a lot more than you bargained for! Plumped up chicken, injected shrimp, mislabeled fish and so much more happen in the world of meat fraud.
The massive, 10-year-old Salmonella outbreak from contaminated peanut butter sickened more than 700 people. A Georgia judge fined ConAgra $8 million and confiscated an additional $3.2 million in company assets.
Meet some fellow animal advocates and learn how to talk about factory farming on December 9th and 10th!
Late last week, the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) voted overwhelmingly to ban carrageenan from certified organic foods. The new rule would take effect in November 2018.
We know that collecting food scraps in a kitchen composter is a good idea, but what happens after you’ve gathered all of that food waste?
Join the Important Media team at the San Francisco Green Festival this weekend! Check out which companies our writer Andrea B. is most excited about this year!
Pre-measured meal kits are gaining popularity. But are these meal kits really the miraculous cook-at-home solution that we need?
The scariest thing about Halloween might not be zombies or vampires. Let’s take a look at the shocking amount of Halloween pumpkin waste and how we can prevent this yearly horrorshow.
If you’re thinking about donating to sustainable food groups for the holidays, FoodTank’s Good Food Org Guide can help you find local food organizations that align with your ethics.
Soda industry sponsorships seem to be everywhere, and that’s no accident. Coke and Pepsi spend big money to keep health groups from taking a hard line against their products.
We like eating meat more than the thought of eating animals.
For the second time this year, the USDA is buying up excess dairy. How did we get such an abundance of dairy, and why are our tax dollars being used for this AGAIN?