Food safety often gets overlooked when cooking at home, but knowing the facts about these food safety myths could save you from a bout of food poisoning.
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Soy is one of those foods that gets demonized so often that you may tend to avoid it without realizing why. Here are 4 claims and what the science says.
It doesn’t matter how many times these weird food myths are proven false, they still pop up every few years and get a lots of attention on social media.
Researchers at Tufts University have developed a novel nutrient profiling system called Food Compass, but like most similar rankings, there are problems.
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.
Here is why artificial or natural flavoring in certain foods don’t taste like their whole food counterparts — or at least what we’d expect them to taste like.
There’s so much misinformation from the EWG, it’s best to ditch the Dirty Dozen and eat your fruits and vegetables, no matter how you acquire them.
From valid concerns about pesticides and mold to misinterpretations of FDA rules about allowable of insects, there are quite many coffee myths to clear up.