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We were first introduced to Food & Water Watch during an effort to maintain local control of the publicly owned water system in our area. We have continued to support the efforts of FWW as they lobby for the best interests of the people of this planet.
Jennifer Neylon

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Tabled Labels: Consumers Eat Blind

Published on August 14, 2006 - Reports: This report reveals how the agribusiness lobby influences Congress to squash mandatory country-of-origin-labeling (COOL).

Hamburger Hell

Published on August 14, 2006 - Reports: This report examines USDA's Salmonella testing program for ground beef.

Broken Record

Published on August 14, 2006 - Reports: This report details how the FDA legalized - and continues to legalize - food irradiation without testing for its safety.

Foul Fowl: Salmonella in Chickens

Published on July 05, 2006 - Reports: The bacteria Salmonella is the leading cause of food-borne illness in the United States with nearly a million cases of salmonellosis attributed annually to meat and poultry consumption Food & Water Watch obtained the Salmonella testing results through the Freedom of Information Act. We report here on: the performance trends in the broiler chicken industry; the relative performance of the largest seven broiler chicken companies, and; plants that failed to meet USDA‚ Salmonella standards between 1998 and 2005.

Food Irradiation: A Gross Failure

Published on March 28, 2006 - Reports: This report details the impact of irradiation on food's smell, taste, color and texture.

Dirty Deal

Published on March 28, 2006 - Reports: This report shows how free trade, the U.S. and transnational corporations caused Mexico's agriculture crisis.
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