The meat industry is the only major source of greenhouse gases in the U.S. excluded from filing annual emission reports.
Here’s a handy list of tips to help keep you safe from salmonella in your chicken.
In the U.S., chicken that has passed federal food safety standards can still make you sick. That’s because the government allows companies to sell poultry that is infected with salmonella. So we went on a road trip and discovered a massive gap in our food safety system.
Strawberries used to be a delicacy only available at certain times of the year, but now they can be bought almost anywhere at any time. We take a meandering trip through history to find out how this fruit become so ubiquitous and how it will affect farmworkers.
Follow chickens through their life cycle and see where the dangers of salmonella contamination come into play.
For decades, Florida tomato pickers endured some of the worst working conditions in the U.S., until workers started to organize in 1993, pushed for reform and got the public to aid their efforts.
In this episode of Reveal, we examine the complicated networks of labor, trade and regulation that bring meat, produce and other products to our tables.
If you want to eat chicken in the U.S., salmonella is a risk you have to live with. It’s one that’s getting more prominent, too. Antibiotic-resistant
Post Script is an original video series that unravels how some of mankind’s brightest ideas wound up taking an abrupt turn from their original design. Each bite-sized episode combines nuanced reporting with visually experimental short-form storytelling.
The Food and Drug Administration issued warnings to five distributors of pure powdered caffeine, saying their products are dangerous and potentially deadly for consumers.