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How to tell if your beef has expired, according to a food safety expert

How to tell if chicken is expired, according to a food safety expert

Over 160,000 pounds of ground beef recalled after 177 reported cases of E. coli infection

Tyson is recalling 69,000 pounds of chicken strips after customers complained they contained metal

27.5 million tons of US soybeans expected to go unsold this year as a direct consequence of the trade war with China

The government shutdown has gotten so bad that agencies are using legal loopholes to restart critical functions

Trump said 'raking and cleaning' forests would prevent more devastating wildfires. But the government shutdown is stopping the Forest Service from doing just that.

Some American food safety inspections aren't happening due to the government shutdown, and it could mean more food-poisoning outbreaks

The effects of the shutdown are only going to get exponentially worse as the fight drags on

From airport lines to food inspections, here are all the ways the government shutdown is impacting the lives of average Americans

The US government shutdown could delay subsidies for farmers already ravaged by Trump's trade war

A new rule requires GMO products to be labelled by 2022, and some food companies are rejoicing

4 foods it's OK to eat moldy, and 6 it's definitely not

10 foods you didn't know that you could eat raw

The Trump administration is throwing $4.7 billion at US farmers to try and make up for the trade war pain

The fight over cultured meat is heating up, and Big Meat is demanding that Trump intervene

A battle is brewing over the future of meat, and it could mean the US fumbles on a revolutionary new market

The $66 billion Bayer-Monsanto merger just got a major green light -- but farmers are terrified

A blockbuster gene-editing tool just got one step closer to overtaking GMOs

Trump's budget director called the new food stamp grocery delivery service a 'Blue Apron-type program' -- but there are some massive differences