Patty Lovera

Food & Water Watch

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Assistant Director of Food & Water Watch, a consumer-advocacy group focusing on food safety and water issues

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The United States once called itself the "food basket" for much of the world, but that was before economic globalization.

China and America's Food Supply

The United States once called itself the "food basket" for much of the world, but that was before economic globalization.

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The latest count in the  E.coli outbreak 
is one dead and 146 suffering from cramps, diarrhea and kidney trouble.
The "smoking gun" is a bag of contaminated spinach found in…

Are America's Vegetables as Safe as They Should Be?

The latest count in the E.coli outbreak is one dead and 146 suffering from cramps, diarrhea and kidney trouble. The "smoking gun" is a bag of contaminated spinach found in…

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