Mad-Cow Case Found in California
A case of mad-cow disease has been located in a cow in California, but the USDA has announced that the discovery poses no risk to human health or the food supply.
Diabetes Test Detects DNA
Testing for viruses and bacteria used to require expensive equipment. Soon, people may be able to spot diseases and unsafe foods from the comfort of their home.
Most Dairy-Linked Disease Tied to Raw Milk
Among dairy-related disease outbreaks, raw milk appears to be the culprit. In states where the sale of u npasteurized milk is legal, the number of outbreaks doubles.
Arsenic and Organic-Laced Foods
While organic brown rice syrup may sound like a healthier alternative to high fructose corn syrup, the "organic" sweetener could lead to more inorganic arsenic - a carcinogen - in your body.
I'll Take Some Bacteria With my Raw Milk
If you go to the grocery store and pick up a gallon of milk, it's likely been pasteurized to kill bacteria. But you can still go directly to a farm for a taste of raw milk.
Beefed up Rules Against Foodborne Illness
Heading into 2012, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is unveiling new strategies aimed at protecting consumers from foodborne illness by adding new rules to safeguard beef.
Tyson Recalls Contaminated Beef
Tyson Fresh Meats has recalled nearly 41,000 pounds of ground beef in 16 states believed to be contaminated with E. coli, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced.
E.coli Found in Ready-to-Bake Cookie Dough
Say it ain't so: ready-to-bake cookie dough has been identified as the culprit of an E.coli outbreak that sickened 77 raw cookie dough lovers.
Why Wash Your Reusable Bags?
You're being environmentally conscious, and taking your reusable grocery bags to pack up your food at the store. But do you know how to clean them?
Number Sickened in Contaminated Turkey Outbreak Continues to Rise
Though it's been nearly two months since Cargill Meat Solutions recalled 36 million pounds of contaminated turkey, cases of Salmonella poisoning cases still are trickling in.