The FDA proposed a peanut butter standard in the late 1950s after investigating Jif for having just 75 percent peanuts, according to Angie Boyce, a fellow at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics who researched food standards

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Lab-Grown Meat

September 19, 2018

Meat produced without killing animals is heading to your dinner table

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Matt Arteaga, 51, is one of about 500 people who got sick this summer in an outbreak linked to McDonald’s salads. The cause was a parasite, cyclospora

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Then PETA went on the attack. Is the death of 188 lab rats justifiable if it spares the lives of millions of cows?

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Health For All

July 19, 2018

Peter Winch & our Jessica Fanzo write about the role of food, nutrition and the Alma Ata Declaration

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Philosopher and bioethicist, our Anne Barnhill looks at the ethics of the food system from many angles

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Our Jessica Fanzo writes, “Governments should help people choose nutritious groceries.”

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The FDA held a public meeting to talk about it, but no one could agree on what to call it

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