The fast-food chain Subway has agreed to remove a chemical from its bread, based on concerns from a blogger. But is it danger or hype? Continue reading →
Because there's no definition of natural, foods with chemicals regularly stock U.S. shelves.
The research is the first to take into account the levels of arsenic in the participants' household water when looking at the amount of arsenic coming from foods.
You've heard about the battle against trans fats, but there are other, arguably scarier things in your food than than artery-blocking fat? Laci is joined by Anthony for a list of the top five nastiest things lurking on your dinner plate.
Almost everything you buy from the grocery store has an expiration date. Laci explains what that date really means.
A man who drank a quart of soy sauce went into a coma from the excess salt, doctors reported.
Sometimes reading the label isn't enough. ->
IKEA recalls pork and beef meatballs sold in Europe after inspectors find traces of horse meat. ->
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