Consumer

Secret Sugar Can Claim "Confidentiality" in Food Recall

Consumers learned in late July of a "voluntary" recall of some processed food products due to possible metal fragments in sugar used to make them. The source of the contaminated sugar remains unknown, because federal law protects "trade secrets" — putting protection of companies above protection of the public. Image: © Clipart.com.

July 22, 2016

Learning From Flint: Telling the Stories That Need to be Told

You're invited to join a community conversation about important regional and national environmental and health issues, and a potential conference and reporting project. Organized by SEJ with the University of Michigan — Flint.

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