Bacon & Ham: Where’s the Meat?

Bacon & Ham: Where’s the Meat?

This is a guest post by Carol Harvey, Director of food/nutrition labeling and product development at Palate Works. Check most packages of pork bacon, sliced ham or cured bone-in ham, and you won’t see meat listed in the ingredient statement … Continue reading

Posted in Nutrition Label Analysis | 3 Replies
Move Over Chicken, Here Come Pork McNuggets

Move Over Chicken, Here Come Pork McNuggets

Well, at least in China. It makes sense, as pork is the most consumed meat in China. Will this become as big a hit as Chicken McNuggets? Will we see this in the US anytime soon? Get Fooducated Download APP … Continue reading

Posted in In The News | 7 Replies
Guess What’s in The Picture [Foodlike Substance]

Guess What’s in The Picture [Foodlike Substance]

  A) Strawberry ice cream B) Chicken C) Plastic foam D) None of the above Answer below Get Fooducated Download APP Subscribe Follow

Posted in Nutrition Label Analysis | 289 Replies
Food Labeled as Humane Growing in Popularity

Food Labeled as Humane Growing in Popularity

One of the hottest trends right now in food marketing is informing consumers that the animal product they are purchasing was derived from an animal that was humanely raised and treated.This includes, dairy, eggs, poultry, beef, pork, and other meats. … Continue reading

Posted in Nutrition Label Analysis | 4 Replies
9 Tidbits from the Maker of “Food, Inc.” (PBS)

9 Tidbits from the Maker of “Food, Inc.” (PBS)

David Brancaccio of PBS’s Now show interviewed filmmaker Robert Kenner, the director of “Food, Inc.” a few days ago. The movie takes a very critical look at the modern food industry and helps viewers better understand why supermarket fare for … Continue reading

Posted in In The News | 2 Replies
Food Labeling Wars – the COOL phase

Food Labeling Wars – the COOL phase

Ever since the FDA’s Nutrition Labeling and Education Act (NLEA) was enacted in the early 1990′s, food package labels have been a battleground between the food industry and consumer interest groups. While the former try to limit the disclosures, the … Continue reading

Posted in Nutrition Label Analysis | Leave a reply