Okay, yes, everybody — especially vegans, corporation-haters, and bloggers who like writing about gross things you just put in your mouth — got a little excited over the news that Starbucks’ Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino derives its red color from crushed bugs. But here’s what you didn’t know: That’s actually a good thing.
Here's a Starbucks order to try out: a Strawberries & Creme Frappuccino with soy milk and a shot of crushed parasitic insects.
The host of the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods wants you to eat some pretty strange dishes in the name of saving the environment.
Awwwwww! Or possibly aaaauuuuuugh!
We’re all familiar with Big Ag’s bad reputation of picking on small-scale and organic farmers. Now Monsanto and its cronies are beating up an even more innocuous set of victims: beautiful, defenseless monarch butterflies.
Glad to see so many people talking about getting ammonia-treated beef trimmings out of school lunch? You have this former Beef Products Inc. employee to thank.
Attention, shoppers: Campbell’s (FINALLY) announced plans to eliminate hormone-disrupting chemical bisphenol-A from the linings of its soup cans.
New science draws a straight line between antibiotic-resistant staph and the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. Now, if only our lawmakers would do something with the information.
GMO labeling advocates have tried a variety of tactics this year; get the rundown on what hasn't worked so far and what just might.
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