Food Safety

Additives like titanium dioxide and brominated vegetable oil may be dangerous if consumed too often.
While the CDC has yet to identify the source of the outbreak, many of those infected had eaten burgers or sandwiches with romaine lettuce at Wendy's before falling sick.
Is it dangerous for kids to eat them? And what temperature should we cook them to?
The fast-food chain Wendy’s says it is pulling lettuce from sandwiches in its restaurants in Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania after people eating them there reported falling ill.
Experts share their advice for assessing the safety of mysterious new food products.
If you're putting ice in the bottom of your cooler, that's the first sign you're doing it wrong.
We *grilled* the top experts, and their intel will transform the way your food tastes.
Food safety experts share what makes them cringe and give their best tips on making sure everyone stays safe.
Stainless steel fragments may have contaminated a "limited number of jars," the company said.
There's a fine line between food safety and food quality. So what does the sniff test actually tell you? Food safety experts explain.