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Food In-Depth introduced itself in July. See what the press had to say. Coverage from Forbes, San Francisco Chronicle, Fox Business, Techcrunch, MSN and more are included.Read Article
Bill Niman, natural meat pioneer and co-founder of Food In-Depth, explains why he started FoodID. Bill takes us through the growth of the natural meat industry and the how livestock industry practices are accelerating the development of antibiotic resistance. He explains the critical role that testing can play in knowing our food and managing the risk of what we eat.Read Article
Food Technology Startup Co-Founded By Natural Food Pioneer Bill Niman Deploys Platform That Tests For 95 Percent Of The Most Common Antibiotics And Other Adulterants Administered Via Feed And Water. FoodID Provides Food Transparency And Label Claim Authentication With Comprehensive, Near Real-Time Meat and Poultry Adulterant Test. For The First Time, Speed, Cost And Complexity Of Testing Are Not Barriers To Food Safety Testing In Modern Livestock Production.Read Article
Learn more about the FoodID label and testing reports. The label is your assurance that the FoodID platform has been used to test for the presence of antibiotics and other adulterants in the meats or poultry that you serve, sell or purchase.Read Article
CNBC explores the relationship between superbug infections and Covid-19. Hospitalized patients are at an elevated risk of infections. With the rise of antibiotic resistant infections, these infections could turn deadly.Read Article
Antibiotic resistance is already a crisis. WIRED highlights how the overuse of antibiotics during the Covid-19 pandemic risks further reducing the effectiveness of these drugs.Read Article
Antibiotic overuse is common on factory farms driving up antibiotic resistance. Vox explores how antibiotic resistant bacterial outbreaks among livestock could be passed to humans. This risks an untreatable global pandemic.Read Article
Factory farms are hotbeds for pathogens. Add to this the use of medically important antibiotics for food and Viveca Morris of Yale Law School argues we have the perfect conditions for antibiotic resistant infections and viral epidemics.Read Article
Antibiotics are a regular part of the way American farmers raise pigs. This gives rise to resistant germs. Andrew Jacobs of the New York Times explores the Danish approach to raising pigs for food with very limited antibiotic use.Read Article
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