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Added Info To Food Labels

Health and Human Services and the FDA expect many manufacturers to begin issuing new labels as soon as possible. Thompson says all nutritional labels will include trans fat content by January 1, 2006.

2.2M Cribs Recalled from 7 Manufacturers

2.2M Cribs Recalled from 7 Manufacturers. June 24, 2010 / 6:34 AM / CBS Federal officials are sounding the alarm about potential danger from more than 2.2 million cribs made by seven companies

Samsung to audit 250 of its suppliers in China amid

Samsung manufacturer in China employs child labor, group alleges. Samsung Electronics Co. said it will carry out audits of 105 Chinese companies that are its exclusive suppliers this month.

U.S. TV Is Going Digital

Commissioners voted 3-1 to require manufacturers to add the tuners to all TV sets with screens of 36 inches and larger by July 2004, while the requirement for smaller sets would be phased in over

Samsung finds labor violations at China suppliers

China Labor Watch, a New York-based labor rights group, said in August that Samsung's suppliers hired children and working conditions were "inhumane." Samsung said its audit team found no child labor.

Crackdown On Unpasteurized Milk

The FDA ban on cross-border sales of milk led to its criminal investigation of Organic Pastures, a Fresno dairy owned by McAfee that is California's largest milk supplier.

Japan Issues Warning To Microsoft

Japan's fair-trade agency warned Microsoft Corp. Friday that some of its business practices had violated the country's anti-monopoly laws. A Microsoft lawyer, however, said the Fair Trade

Is new "Bash Bug" worse than Heartbleed?

Right Rail - Video Promo - Listing Jussie Smollett is guilty, prosecutor says A sudden decision to drop criminal charges against actor Jussie Smollett in Chicago is bringing angry reaction and

Samsung says Note 7 battery design, manufacturing caused

Samsung Electronics Co. says problems with the design and manufacturing of batteries in its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones caused them to overheat and burst into fire

Burger King To Serve Up Cage-Free Food

Hoping to pressure suppliers and increase availability, Burger King has told egg suppliers that it will look favorably on cage-free eggs when making purchasing decisions.

New FDA Guidelines For Flu Vaccines

Federal regulators published a roadmap Thursday for ways to speed new flu vaccines to market to avoid shortages of ones to fight regular winter flu, and to fight super-strains that may spark

Recalled Products and Codes

There have been a number of recent recalls of meat and poultry products over concerns of possible contamination with the listeria monocytogenes bacteria.

Toyota Recalls 1 Million More Vehicles

Toyota Motor Corp. says it will recall an additional 1.09 million vehicles in the United States over floor mat problems. Toyota said Thursday the fresh recall would affect five models - 2008-2010

Chemical In Plastic Bottles May Be Toxic

A chemical used to make baby bottles and other shatterproof plastic containers could be linked to a range of hormonal problems, a preliminary government report has found. The report was greeted by

Anti-Cigarette Ads Up In Smoke?

An edgy ad campn aimed at getting kids to stop smoking could be forced off the air because tobacco companies are refusing to keep footing the bill. Former top federal health officials gathered

Businesses Criticize Patriot Act

Right Rail - Video Promo - Listing Trump softens stance on Mueller For the first time in 22 months, President Trump was not under the cloud of the Mueller report.

Intel says its processors are now "conflict-free"

LAS VEGAS-- Intel Corp., the world's largest maker of computer processors, says its processors are now free of minerals from mines held by armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

U.S. To Stop Some Chinese Seafood Imports

Farmed seafood joined tires, toothpaste and toy trains on the list of tainted and defective products from China that could be hazardous to a person's health.

Mixed Views On $17.4 Billion Auto Bailout

There's been a mixed reaction so far to President Bush's promise of $17.4 billion in loans to troubled U.S. automakers. Congressional Republicans don't like the idea of using money from the $700

Peanut Supplier Files For Bankruptcy

The peanut processing company at the heart of a national salmonella outbreak is going out of business. The Lynchburg, Va.-based Peanut Corp. of America filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in U.S