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Two with kidney failure linked to Costco chicken salad

Nineteen people in seven states are now reported to be sickened by a Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O157:H7 linked to consumption of Costco rotisserie chicken salad.

Turkeys aren't as dumb as they're made out to be

Thanksgiving is upon us, and as we eagerly await the mouthwatering turkey, the centerpiece of the celebration, it might be nice to reflect on the misconception that these birds are one of the dumbest animals alive.

Most turkey producers still using antibiotics and other drugs

A few days ago, Chicago-based Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT) released a new report examining the use of antibiotics and other drugs in turkey production in the U.S.

Neraki up for 2016 'Best of Long Island' nomination

Huntington - Neraki Greek Mediterranean Grill in Huntington on Long Island is in the running for the 2016 "Best of Long Island" honor in the Greek restaurant category.

Op-Ed: FDA bypasses public — Genetically engineered salmon approved

Going against widespread opposition, and not even bothering to do an environmental impact study, our Food and Drug Administration has pushed genetically engineered salmon on the American public.

Op-Ed: Vegetarian's Thanksgiving survival guide

Thanksgiving isn’t the easiest holiday for vegetarians or vegans — especially if you’re the guest at somebody else’s celebration.

Op-Ed: Companion book inspires French chef to serve a regional favorite Special

San Carlos - This coming year marks the 10-year anniversary of the release of "Last Holiday" starring Queen Latifah, LL Cool J and more.

Time to be heard, America — FDA needs help in defining 'Natural'

There are no formal rules or regulations defining the use of terms like, "natural," "all natural" or "made with natural ingredients." Because the terms can be misleading, the FDA is asking the public to weigh in on the terms used on food labels.

Campbell's recalls 355,000 cans of SpaghettiOs for choking hazard

Campbell's Soup Company is voluntarily recalling 355,000 14.2-ounce cans of SpaghettiOs Original that were distributed nationwide because of a possible choking hazard posed by pieces of red plastic.

Nanoparticles used to boost tomato growth

Food scientists are keen to find ways to boost food production, and one way to create novel foods is through the use of nanotechnology. One area under review is tomatoes.

Senator wants FDA to probe peanut butter infused with caffeine

There's a product on the market called 'STEEM,' which is peanut butter with caffeine. However, not everyone is a fan of it.

Nanoparticles in our food — Added without public knowledge

Our food supply is not nearly as safe as we are led to believe, although it is much better than it was before we had the Food and Drug Administration. However, there are some disturbing gaps in food safety that the majority of us know little about.

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