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You Asked: Which Foods Are Treated With Antibiotics?

You Asked: Which Foods Are Treated With Antibiotics?

Foods from fruit to farmed fish are treated with antibiotics. But poultry and livestock are the ones keeping health experts awake at night.
Bringing home the bacon? Price of pork hits two-year high

Bringing home the bacon? Price of pork hits two-year high

Analysts report 18% increase in wholesale price of pork as food manufacturers and retailers face commodity price swings and weak sterling after Brexit votePigs in blankets might have to be rationed
The Latest Big Thing On The Internet Is A Turkish Chef Who Sensually Prepares Meat

The Latest Big Thing On The Internet Is A Turkish Chef Who Sensually Prepares Meat

Nusret Gökçe owns a chain of Nusr-Et steakhouses, with locations in Turkey and one in Dubai. Because of his unique, tender, sensual preparation of his meat—many examples can be found on his
What in the World: Newfoundland Is Big on Bologna: Fried, Stewed and Layered Like a Cake

What in the World: Newfoundland Is Big on Bologna: Fried, Stewed and Layered Like a Cake

“The big stick,” a 9.7-pound bologna sausage encased in wax, from Maple Leaf Foods, is a big seller in Newfoundland.
Grass-Fed Beef, Sold One Cow at a Time

Grass-Fed Beef, Sold One Cow at a Time

Becky Harlow Weed at the Harlow Cattle Company in Spanaway, Wash. She sells nearly three-quarters of the approximately 52 grass-fed cattle she slaughters every year to Crowd Cow, rather than to
What to Make of Those Animal-Welfare Labels on Meat and Eggs

What to Make of Those Animal-Welfare Labels on Meat and Eggs

Tree Line Layers Farm in Buffalo, Mo., is certified by the American Humane Association, which requires more outdoor space than other certifying groups for hens to be labeled “free-range.”
What to Make of Those Animal-Welfare Labels on Meat and Eggs

What to Make of Those Animal-Welfare Labels on Meat and Eggs

Tree Line Layers Farm in Buffalo, Mo., is certified by the American Humane Association, which requires more outdoor space than other certifying groups for hens to be labeled “free-range.”

Bacon Shortage? Calm Down. It’s Fake News.

A bacon shortage? Not so fast.
Bacon Shortage? Calm Down. It’s Fake News.

Bacon Shortage? Calm Down. It’s Fake News.

A bacon shortage? Not so fast.
Someone Finally Made an Electric Grill That Doesn't Suck

Someone Finally Made an Electric Grill That Doesn't Suck

George Foreman changed the kitchen game when he slapped his name on a low-rent panini press and sold it to the masses. In the late 90s and early aughts, the George Foreman Grill was the kitchen
I Have Conquered The Meaty Cheese Dip

I Have Conquered The Meaty Cheese Dip

Recently, I had a specific hankering. A hankering for piling delicious meaty cheese dip onto tortilla chips and ramming them into my face. This is the kind of hankering a fundamentally depraved sort
In Japan, "Meat Cakes" Are A Thing

In Japan, "Meat Cakes" Are A Thing

Who said cakes have do be made of sugar and spice and crap like that? Behold, meat cakes. Read more...
Brazil’s Largest Food Companies Raided in Tainted Meat Scandal

Brazil’s Largest Food Companies Raided in Tainted Meat Scandal

A butchery in São Paulo. Investigators said employees at two Brazilian food-processing giants, JBS and BRF, oversaw a scheme to allow rotten and contaminated meat to be sold and exported.
Brazil Meat Scandal Is Called ‘a Punch in the Stomach’

Brazil Meat Scandal Is Called ‘a Punch in the Stomach’

Blairo Maggi, Brazil’s minister of agriculture, inspecting one of the country’s meat processing companies on Tuesday. A corruption scandal has caused Brazil’s meat exporting business to collapse.
Buffalo Meat Industry Facing Government Shutdowns in India

Buffalo Meat Industry Facing Government Shutdowns in India

Buffalo meat being processed in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Indonesians’ Taste for Dog Meat Is Growing, Even as Others Shun It

Indonesians’ Taste for Dog Meat Is Growing, Even as Others Shun It

A restaurant serving dog meat in Jakarta. One butcher says he buys live dogs from various suppliers for about $15 each and sells the meat to restaurants and food stalls for about $2 a pound.
Trial Will Decide if ABC News Sullied a Company With ‘Pink Slime’

Trial Will Decide if ABC News Sullied a Company With ‘Pink Slime’

The beef product called “pink slime” by its detractors. A defamation trial against ABC News by the product’s maker, Beef Products Inc., was scheduled to begin Monday in South Dakota.