Should the 2015 USDA Dietary Guidelines
Include an Environmental Agenda?
By Bridget Bergin, Associate Editor, Manufacturing.net
As 2015 hits, it is officially time for a new edition of
the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s report Dietary
Guidelines for Americans. The guidelines stand to
change a good deal in 2015, as an advisory panel is
pushing to include new environmental considerations.
Unhealthy Foods Remade: Who’s Buying
By Kari Imberg, Associate Editor
A new study is looking at rebuffing hot dogs into a low-fat alternative form. Naturally, this left me pondering:
Why are food scientists continually working to build leaner, meaner and “healthier” verions of processed foods?
Women Want Whiskey
Pillsbury Plant Closure Puts
400 Employees Out of Work
Human Tooth Found in
McDonald’s Japan Fries
Petco Pulls Chinese Treats Amid
Fears They Sickened Pets
Mom Revives Ancient Grain
Einkorn For the Gluten Sensitive
Am I Being Poisoned By
Eating the Fish On My Plate?
Food traceability is
an important factor in
determining where I
source my food from.
And although I already
know the Earth’s waters
are littered with piles of
garbage, I will admit I
was surprised to learn
just how much.