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America Is in the Middle of a Chicken Nugget Crisis
Two major food companies have issued nug recalls in the last week.
These Farmers Stopped Tyson From Opening a Plant in Kansas
Worried about pollution, they successfully protested.
future of food
America’s Largest Meat Processor Just Invested in a Vegan Start-Up
Tyson now has a 5 percent stake in Beyond Meat.
Now a Chicken Producer Is Accused of Exposing Employees to ‘Amputation Hazards’
As if all the animal cruelty weren’t enough.
Amazon Will Launch a Meal-Kit Delivery Service
The retail giant has partnered with Tyson Foods.
Tyson Foods Could Very Well Be America’s Worst Water Polluter
According to EPA data, it’s worse than ExxonMobil and Koch Industries combined.
McDonald’s Cuts Ties With Chicken Supplier Over Animal Abuse
A new video shows Tyson workers hitting sick birds with spiked poles.
Tyson Foods Recalls 33,000 Pounds of Chicken Connected to Salmonella Outbreak
What’s the vegetarian option again?
Merck Abruptly Suspends Sales of Cattle-Feed Additive Zilmax
The drug is now off the market in the U.S. and Canada.
Tyson Abruptly Stops Buying Cattle Fed With Growth Enhancer Zilmax
No one knows why the cows can’t walk.
Raw Chicken Drops From Cloudless Sky, Pelts Equestrian
A rain most fowl.
Tyson Tries to Sell Us Its Dark Meat; Cooking Grease Thefts Reported
The food company tries to find a new market for all of its surplus thighs and legs.
Ad Featuring Christ As Dorito Provokes Uproar; Food Dyes May Cause Hyperactivity
Plus: yet more countries suffer rising food costs, Jamba Juice profitable for first time in three years, and more, in our morning news roundup.
With Lawsuits Symphony House Is Killing South Street’s Jamaican Jerk Hut;
Plus a Super Bowl ad depicting Dorito’s as a sacrament stirs an uproar, and food dye may cause hyperactivity, all in our morning news roundup.
U.S. Sugar Supply Could be Endangered; Bank Robber Disguised as Chef
Companies allege sugar supply could run low due to restricted imports and high prices while a Georgia bank robber wears a chef’s uniform while stealing.
The KFC-Oprah Fustercluck: Day Two
The madness continues.