How to avoid pitfalls of food poisoning
Planning on enjoying a picnic or barbecue this weekend? Be extra careful because the likelihood of getting food poisoning is higher during the summer, especially if you are eating outside. A food safety specialist from Kansas State University said it's easy to avoid getting sick if you pay attention to the details. Separating your drinks and your food in different coolers can … continue reading
US Food Manufacturing—Science Based or Reckless?
Historically, the European Union (EU) has taken a far stricter, more cautious stance with regards to genetically engineered (GE) crops and foods. Not only must GE foods be labeled in the EU, but resistance to growing GE crops is high in general. As reported two years ago, an estimated 75 percent of Germans oppose GE, and few politicians are in favor of genetic technology. Over … continue reading