Food bullying can take on many forms. It can happen on food labels, in ads, in conversations, and in posts and comments on social media.
Not only do many artificial food additives make food taste better, they can make the food safer and healthier as well.
Unchecked, unvalidated false expertise has at least temporarily devalued the real education and expertise of food regulators almost entirely.
Food Science Babe had the opportunity to sit down with Facebook Karen and talk with the self-proclaimed foodie.
Here’s what to look out for next time you head out to the grocery store so that you can start making food purchasing decisions based on #FactsNotFear.
Even with the creation of a USDA label for bioengineered foods, the Non-GMO Project continues to pout about scientific food labeling.
A University of Georgia food scientist has taken days off the process of identifying foodborne pathogens such as Listeria and Salmonella through a computer software program. The newest addition to the UGA Center for Food Safety (CFS) in Griffin, Georgia, Henk den Bakker is one of the pioneering researchers in the field of food safety […]