Food Safety

Most of our concerns about food boil down to one question: Is it safe?

  

The truth is, more is being done than you might think to ensure the answer to that question is always yes.

Karol Swan, from York, Nebraska, with a background in meat grading and certification and Deb Lundeen, a registered dietician and farmer from Minden, Nebraska, answer our many questions about food labels, genetic technology and celebrating choice.

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