The government has had a hand in marketing the least healthy foods for decades. This pro-GMO program isn’t much different from the USDA checkoff programs that promote meat and dairy to consumers.
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A new Department of Health report documents alarming cases where the FDA waited months to issue food recalls that could have protected consumers from sickness and death.
After years of vilifying healthy fats, new research shows that foods naturally high in fat are a great part of our diet! Time to ditch low-fat foods
Here’s a look at the new Nutrition Facts Label that the FDA approved last week. Manufacturers have two years to comply with the new labeling rules.
Recalls related to the recent CRF Frozen Foods fruit and vegetable recall are starting to pop up. Here are the new brands to check for in your freezer.
These are the 44 brands currently impacted by the CRF Frozen Food fruit and vegetable recall. Check your freezer for potentially contaminated products.
The bars we love to love — KIND Bars — are not as healthy as we thought.
In the absence of FDA policies, will consumer demand be enough to force manufacturers to start producing non-GMO supplements?
What is BHT, and why is it still allowed as a food additive in the US, when it’s banned in the EU?
Most of us want to eat healthier. And food marketers know just how to push our buttons. Here are 7 health claims they use to get you to buy unhealthy food.
How many calories are in that burger? Soon, it will be harder to ignore nutrition (or lack thereof) in the foods you order out. Menu labeling is on the way.
If you recently bought Imported Organic Raw Almonds (bitter almonds) from Whole Foods, read on for the almond recall information.
Great news: Perdue has stopped its use of antibiotics in chicken hatcheries — the end of a 12-year project to eliminate the use of unnecessary antibiotics.