The Daily Harvest recall as well as the viral TikTok pink sauce debacle have called into question the food safety at e-commerce food companies.
Despite a lawsuit’s claim, the science doesn’t back the claim that Skittles contain a “known toxin” that makes them “unfit for human consumption.”
Food apps are, at best, inaccurate, biased, and nonsensical. At worst, they are harmful and lead to eating disorders and cause people to waste safe foods.
The National Organic Program is about a label and marketing, not an assessment of safety, quality, or best practices. You don’t create a resilient food system based on a sticker.
Biosecurity measures on farms and other agricultural operations help protect animals from diseases and promote the safety of the food supply.
It’s particularly stinging that Soylent shies from its support of genetic engineering and fecklessly gives fresh ammunition to opponents of food tech.
If you’ve read a recent report like the Dirty Dozen, now may be the time to re-evaluate it with some critical-thinking questions in mind.
The promise of technology and its impact on transparency will forever change the produce aisle, just like moving from 3G to 5G technology.