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  • Industry Calls For Stronger Consumer Protections On Mad Cow

    76 Cattle Industry Groups Are Calling for Stronger Protections Against Mad Cow Disease

  • Tales from the Crypt: Gross Food Stories

    True Stories are always scarier: Feeding cow parts and chicken poop to cattle

  • Tales from the Crypt of Gross Food- Are you what you eat?
  • Worst Company in America?

    It’s not surprising the Hallmark/Westland Meat Packing Company is nominated as the “Worst Company in America” by readers of The Consumerist.

  • Undercover video leads to outcry on meat safety

    None of us want to eat beef infected with mad-cow disease, E. coli, or Salmonella. Nor would we feed it to our children. Unfortunately, low-income children who qualified for federal assistance under the National School Lunch Program may not have had a choice.

  • Penn Label Ban Update

    More than 65 dairy farmers, consumer, farm and agricultural, public health, animal protection and environmental organizations, food processors and retailers today wrote to Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell to protest the recent Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) action which would prohibit state farmers from telling consumers that they aren’t using artificial hormones on their dairy Continue Reading

  • Protect Us From Choice — Please

    Last month, in an Orwellian stretch of logic and without warning or any public discussion, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) notified 19 dairies that “their labels are false or misleading and need to be changed” So, what kinds of labels were so terrible that the PDA felt they had to be removed from milk Continue Reading

  • Consumers Comment On Mad Cow Border Issue

    Consumers Union collected 17,655 names on a petition opposing USDA’s plan to relax restrictions on the import of Canadian cows that could present higher risks of Mad Cow disease.

  • Not Now Canadian Cow

    USDA is proposing a rule to further relax Canadian border restriction intended to protect U.S. consumers and our cattle market from Mad Cow disease.

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