Thousands of pets died in 2007. The pet food industry still has plenty of problems.
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"If you can avoid it, why use it?" he said. SOURCE: (Reporting from New York by Genevra Pittman at Reuters
According to the Australian, Zhao Lianhai, whose 5-year-old son was one of 300,000 Chinese children made ill after drinking
Since the smell test doesn't really cut it, we decided to investigate the chemicals in seafood that you might not know about
Before the Chinese government embarks on ambitious health-care reform, it needs to address basic priorities. Chinese officials must understand that their job is to protect health, not profits.
Of the 9.5 million shipments of imported food items that will arrive at our ports-of-entry this fiscal year, FDA inspectors will physically examine only 1.53% of them.
The FDA seems to have never heard of the precautionary principle and, in service to the interests of a few chemical companies like Monsanto, put the entire eating public at risk.
For those unfamiliar with Yiddish, chutzpah is not generally considered a positive attribute. The typical definition goes
A study by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy detected mercury in nearly one-third of 55 popular brand-name food and beverage products where HFCS is the present.
America is in dire peril when it comes to our food and drug supply. We're connected in one long chain with China, yet neither of us can effectively police quality.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The chairwoman of a Chinese dairy company went on trial on Wednesday over a tainted milk scandal that
SHIJIAZHUANG, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) -- Six people involved in China's melamine adulteration milk scandal went on trial on Friday
Melamine, when consumed, can cause problems in the kidneys and bladder, and at least four children in China have died, and more than 50,000 have become sick with kidney problems.
Over the past couple of months, melamine has been heavy in the headlines... dairy products manufactured in China were intentionally contaminated with the chemical.
In one health crisis after another, Beijing has simply fired officials, issued new quality standards, and promised to get it right next time. Meanwhile, the scandals have only continued.
CHAMPAGNE, check, strawberries, check, chocolate-flavoured willy spread - erm, come again. The novelty food product may spice
We blame bad regs for China's melamine myopia. This isn't the problem. China lags centuries behind the West when it comes to corporate governance.