Best Food Facts wanted to know, is food coloring safe? To answer this question, we reached out to Dr. Ronald E. Kleinman from Harvard Medical School. When we asked him whether we should avoid food coloring, he said no... but that doesn't mean further research isn't warranted.
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Who knew information about food could be so fun?! Food Expert, Dr. Carl Winter, from the University of California - Davis, has integrated his vast knowledge about food safety, healthy eating and consuming in moderation on the road and has a whole library of tunes you may recognize, but words that are entirely different. His work in this area has caused his followers to name him the "Elvis of E. coli" and "Sonatra of Salmonella." Here are a couple good ones - for your edification, as well as a few giggles!
People might be questioning the safety of eating chicken in light of news reports claiming a link between the E. coli that causes human urinary tract infections and E. coli that could be found on chicken products. Dr. Randall Singer, DVM, Ph.D., associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Minnesota’s Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences.
Lean finely textured beef, also known as "pink slime," has made headlines around the world. From Jamie Oliver's YouTube video to stories from ABC News, you've probably heard all sides of the story by now. Many grocery stores have stopped selling ground beef that also contains lean finely textured beef. And schools can opt-out of receiving it, too.
Dr. Darrin Karcher and Dr. Patricia Hester define some common terms found on egg cartons at the grocery store - as well as the advantages and disadvantages to the housing systems for hens laying those eggs.
Leading expert, Dr. John White, wades through fact and fiction on the subjects of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and sugar.
Dr. Ruth MacDonald objects to The Omnivore's Dilemma.
Dr. Ruth MacDonald addresses whether those with gluten intolerance, or Celiac disease, can eat meat from grain-fed animals without having an allergic reaction.
Tips from Alice Henneman on preparing, serving and storing food for your full Thanksgiving feast.