Latest food supply Stories
As the world population continues to grow, by about 1 billion people every 12 to 14 years since the 1960s, the global food supply may not meet escalating demand – particularly for agriculturally poor countries in arid to semi-arid regions, such as Africa’s Sahel, that already depend on imports for much of their food supply.
Running to bring attention to the plight of the nation's food supply, the Wilcox family is using Indiegogo to raise the 45,000 dollars needed to fund their transcontinental run in support
The war on obesity and unhealthy eating has been spearheaded by the US Food and Drug Administration with the latest fight pertaining to trans-fats, something that the regulator wants to see leave America's food supply.
The Food Laboratory Alliance represents a coalition of organizations devoted to the safety of the nation’s food supply and the quality of food laboratory testing. Frederick,
Go to your refrigerator. Now take almost half the food out and throw it in the trash. That’s what the typical American does, wasting up to 40 percent of the nation’s food supply.
Ongoing E. coli outbreaks continue to infiltrate the food supply, despite numerous efforts to thwart the bacteria. However, researchers report that they are now gaining the upper hand.
After tests this week confirmed BSE (mad cow) in a dead dairy cow from a California farm, the USDA went on the manhunt, or cowhunt, for any offspring the dead animal may have had, stating they could also carry the fatal brain-eating disease.
Olive Oil, Milk and Honey Represent Some of the Most Vulnerable Ingredients.
The Plodia interpunctella or Indianmeal moth is a member of the Pyralidae family and occasionally referred to as the North American High-Flyer. The larvae are also called waxworms that feed on dry grains and cereals. The females of the species can lay any where from 60 to 400 eggs in her lifetime. She will do so where there is a good food supply for the larvae. Each egg is less than 0.02 inches in diameter and tends not adhere well to the surface on which it is laid. The eggs will...
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