One can criticize the current fragmented system, but Congress created it, not FDA and/or USDA. So how does one think Congress can wisely create a solid single food safety agency?
The issue is far too complex and far too serious to be misrepresented in the arena of public opinion.
Laboratory produced meat-like substances have grabbed a small but quickly growing market share and created quite a stir in doing so.
Researchers are improving antibiotic stewardship by improving gut health to enable animals to protect themselves from harmful respiratory and enteric diseases.
Many in the animal agriculture industry blame all antibiotic resistance on inappropriate use of antibiotics in human medicine to treat viral illnesses, some of which is true.
AFF's Steve Dittmer 'views with alarm' the current Administration's approach to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Lab grown meat-like substances might just be the killer rogue wave of the future if some of the wealthiest companies and the heart of the Silicon Valley investor community have anything to say about it.
The lives of your friends and neighbors may be at risk.