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Food Stabilizers, Emulsifiers, and Flow Agents – Are They Safe?

Food additives such as carageenan, guar gum, and magnesium stearate are used to emulsify, stabilize and control the texture of food. Are they safe? Continue reading

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Pink Slime Burgers? Better Know What You’re Putting In Your Mouth

An article on food safety and the questionable ingredients found in processed foods from “Currant Table” – a blog covering food sustainability. Continue reading

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Organic Food Labeling Pisses Me Off

Some experts will tell you that “conventionally grown” produce is just as safe and nutritious as “organic” food. Maybe that’s true. But what effect does food labeling have on our consumer choices? Continue reading

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