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Mapping the PFAS contamination crisis: New data show 2,337 sites in 49 states

The extend of American communities' confirmed contamination with highly toxic fluorinated compounds known as PFAS continues to grow at an alarming rate.

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Hidden In Plain Sight

A new EWG analysis estimates that at least 27 percent of more than 84,000 foods in EWG's interactive Food Scores database, contain artificial trans fat, a manmade, artery-clogging, industrially...

The Anti-Label Lobby

Companies and organizations opposed to labeling foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients disclosed $15.2 million in lobbying expenditures that made reference to GE labeling in the second...

The Anti-Label Lobby through Q1 2014

Companies and organizations opposed to labeling foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients disclosed $9 million in lobbying expenditures that made reference to GE labeling in the first...

Children's Cereals

EWG's analysis of more than 1,500 cereals, including more than 180 children's cereals, shows that a child who eats a bowl a day for a year ends up consuming 10 pounds of sugar.

Farming in California

The federal Specialty Crop Block Grant (SCBG) program, though tiny compared to the billions that flow to growers of commodity crops such as corn and soy, is one of the government's most important...

Healthy Food Gets Short Shrift

Fruit and vegetable growers have historically been left out of agriculture policy, even though they provide foods that are vital for improving America's nutrition and reducing the costly toll of diet...

Dioxin

After nearly 30 years of delays caused by pressure from chemicals and defense industries, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is moving forward on setting a safety limit for exposure to...
Expert Spotlight

Chemical companies provide quarterly reports on production and sales figures to shareholders. Why shouldn’t the public and EPA receive similar reports every year about commonly used chemicals, some of which could pose a serious health risk?”

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