Organic farms are not immune to food-borne bacteria. Small farms are often exempt from FDA oversight -- so what other options do they have?
As genetically-modified salmon creep closer to being cleared to consume, two Alaskan senators are trying to stop the "frankenfish."
Health Canada has imposed new requirements on energy drinks, which must now disclose their ingredients on their labels and limit their caffeine levels.
New FDA requirements could stop outbreaks -- like the recent listeria linked to cantaloupe -- before they start.
So far four deaths have been linked to listeria after consuming cantaloupe shipped from a Colorado farm. Jensen Farms issued a voluntary recall last week.
Do you really know what's in dietary supplements? New legislation could tighten regulations on what is food and what is supplement.
A group of legal scholars responds to the food industry's claim of free speech infringement by stating no rules were actually enforced.
Del Monte Foods has sued the FDA over their decision to halt imports of cantaloupe from Guatemala, sending a wave of fear through food regulators.
Amidst recalls and food safety campaigns, who is responsible for preventing foodborne illness? Experts from all sides of the debate paint a blurry picture.
After the FDA released a new study about the danger of lacing chicken feed with arsenic, Pfzier took 3-Nitro off of the market.
The quickly growing gluten-free market has spurred the FDA to define what exactly it means for foods to be gluten-free.
Online search feature takes the guess work out of determining if the food in your pantry has been recalled.
The FDA might soon weigh on on whether or not added food dyes contribute to hyperactivity.
The FDA was awarded over $4 billion in funding to help pay for its food safety programs, while the USDA experienced budget cuts.
A new study finds that kids' food isn't as healthy as the front of the boxes might claim.
The Food Industry released its own set of nutrition guidelines, but the Obama administration is not convinced.
After being pronounced dead by many observers, the new legislation was passed in a surprise vote earlier this week. Some of the changes may surprise you.
In 2009, 29 million pounds of antibiotics were used to raise animals for human consumption.
Marion Nestle, author of Food Politics, answers questions and makes predictions about the Food Safety Modernization Act waiting for a vote in the Senate.
An amendment exempting small farmers from some FDA regulation has been added to the Food Safety Bill. The definition of "local" becomes a tighter radius.