It takes a special kind of procrastination to sit by while 1,850 people get sick.
Victims of tainted food aren’t the only ones pointing at the recent recall of over a half billion eggs as the latest reason why the Senate needs to pass the food safety bill – so are members of Congress.
Got egg recall questions? Check out the list the FDA released this week summarizing resources for consumers, with up-to-date information on the recall and the FDA’s investigation into the Salmonella outbreak.
This back-to-school season we’re urging you to BYOB: ban your old bottles.
Is the left hand talking to the right? Not when it comes to our dysfunctional food safety system.
A second Iowa company reporting Salmonella-tainted eggs added to the already-massive egg recall this weekend, making it one of the largest in history.
Legislation unveiled by a bipartisan group of Senators yesterday moved the bill one step closer to the end game. Who says nothing gets done in Washington during August recess?
Apparently you can’t recall 28 million boxes of children’s cereal due to methylnaphthalene contamination without raising a few red flags…
Hopeful news out of Washington this week that the Senate may be getting closer to a vote on the food safety bill before they break for August recess.
Industrialization, lack of oversight and unchecked corporate power is business as usual when it comes to our food safety system. And that, says Eric Schlosser, has got to change.