All posts tagged with food safety
09/28/2017 / By S.D. Wells

In today’s health world, conflicts of interest abound, such as the meat and dairy industries trying to show that animal

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-09-28-what-the-health-documentary-film-draws-heavy-criticism-from-quacks-that-shill-for-the-meat-dairy-and-pharmaceutical-industries.html

09/05/2017 / By S.D. Wells

There’s one reason the United States has such loose regulations when it comes to allowing known carcinogens and health-crippling chemicals

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-09-05-top-8-carcinogenic-food-additives-and-ingredients-banned-nearly-everywhere-in-the-world-except-wait-for-it-the-united-states-of-america.html

08/25/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Has your cheese gone past its expiration date? If it has, be sure to check it thoroughly before you toss

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-08-25-millions-of-food-consumers-are-throwing-out-perfectly-good-cheese-because-the-expiration-dates-are-set-artificially-early.html

08/16/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Fructose can be found in 75 percent of packaged foods and drinks because it is less costly and 20 percent

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-08-16-cutting-high-fructose-corn-syrup-out-of-your-diet-reactivates-internal-healing-and-regeneration-in-just-eight-days.html

08/12/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Soda products – from Dr. Pepper and Coca-Cola to Mountain Dew and Pepsi – are getting a cold shoulder from

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-08-12-soda-consumption-across-usa-hits-31-year-low-as-informed-people-reject-liquid-diabetes.html

08/05/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Recent controversy in the U.K. about the prospect of U.S. chickens hitting British supermarkets post-Brexit has shed light on the

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-08-05-factory-chickens-grown-in-the-u-s-are-too-heavy-to-stand-on-their-own-feet-meat-begins-rotting-even-before-theyre-killed.html

07/27/2017 / By Ethan Huff

Tired of watching members of their religious community fall victim to the health perils of sugar-laden soft drinks, a group

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-07-27-why-black-pastors-are-suing-coca-cola-more-brothers-killed-by-sweets-than-the-streets.html

07/23/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Phthalates are everywhere. They can be found in plastic food containers, coatings, printing inks, household products, packaged foods, and personal-care

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-07-23-99-of-tested-mac-and-cheese-products-contain-chemicals-used-in-plastics-rubber-coatings-adhesives-sealants.html

07/11/2017 / By Russel Davis

An investigation carried out by Channel 4’s Supershoppers program in the U.K. revealed that the country’s top selling baby food brand

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-07-11-top-baby-food-brand-found-loaded-with-sugar.html

07/09/2017 / By Russel Davis

It is no secret that while commercial table salts help flavor dishes, they are extremely detrimental to the body’s overall

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-07-09-8-healthy-alternatives-to-your-toxic-table-salt-you-can-start-using-today.html

07/09/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Despite a 30 percent decline in bisphenol-A (BPA) use in canned products since 2015, more than a third of canned goods

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-07-09-kroger-albertsons-dollar-tree-and-99-cents-only-tested-positive-for-bpa-in-canned-foods.html

07/06/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Though the majority of the world population still has an insatiable hunger for meat, veganism has become the number one

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-07-06-beyond-meat-chemical-burger-to-start-invading-fast-food-restaurants-across-america.html

07/02/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra said the secret behind the “world’s healthiest village”, which can be found in the village of

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-07-02-the-secret-to-longevity-may-be-as-simple-as-eating-less-sugar.html

06/30/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

If the massive amount of sugar found in most Starbucks beverages hasn’t managed to deter you from going there, the

http://www.ingredients.news/2017-06-30-fecal-bacteria-found-in-starbucks-drinks-says-report.html