Tyson Foods is announcing the recall of more than 130,000 pounds of two of its popular chicken nuggets after extraneous hard plastic materials were found in some. The recalled products include a five-pound bag of Tyson Fully Cooked Panko...Show More Summary
Tyson Foods Inc. is recalling more than 130,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after customers complained about hard, white plastic in the meat, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday. Affected products include 5-pound bagsShow More Summary
Tyson Foods Inc. is recalling more than 65 tons of chicken nuggets because of consumer complaints about finding bits of hard plastic in the products. The Sedalia, MO., chicken company shipped 5-pound bags of the nuggets to retailers nationwide according to a recall notice posted Tuesday by the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. Tyson... Continue Reading
Photo by William Winram + Lukas Lukas Müller Just a few short months ago on World Oceans Day, Sir Richard Branson challenged me to swim 3.3km in open water across the Strait of Messina to raise awareness for the health of our ocean. Though...Show More Summary
The "bag ladies" meet every single week at to work their arthritis-ridden fingers for an amazing cause. The women, who are mostly elderly members of Second Baptist Church in Union City, Tennessee, recycle discarded bags and by weaving them into sleeping mats for the homeless. "This is not young ladies doing this. Show More Summary
A church group from Tennessee has transformed over 52,000 plastic grocery bags into sleeping mats that keep the homeless population warm and dry at night. The group formed in 2015 when their congregation learned that homeless members of the community were being forced to sleep along the soggy banks of the Mississippi River. Show More Summary
A Tennessee church group has recycled tens of thousands discarded plastic bags into sleeping mats for the homeless — and they don't plan on stopping there. The group of women, many of whom are elderly, call themselves the "bag ladies,"...Show More Summary
Friday: Settling the plastic bag issue, a leaning tower in San Francisco, and the best place to raise a family in the state.
Great for work or back-to-school, these nifty boxes and bags pack a meal without packing the landfill with plastic.
Sous vide is a fancy French term that means "under vacuum," but don't let this new word scare you. It's actually a lot simpler than it sounds. Sous vide is a method of cooking by sealing food in airtight plastic bags, and then placing it in a water bath or temperature-controlled steam...
Following their ban of plastic bags in July, France has just become the first country to ban all plastic cups, plates and silverware. Manufacturers must comply by 2020, when all products must be made from "biologically sourced materials" and biodegradable. Show More Summary
Back in July, a plastic bag ban went into effect in France. Now the country is going a step further with a measure that would ban all plastic utensils, cups, and dishes by 2020. While some praise the measure, others worry it's not fair...Show More Summary
First came a ban on plastic bags, now there's a ban on disposable dishes and cutlery: How France is an impressive leader in the battle against plastic pollution.
New York Post: In another new wrinkle, a hand-written letter, a portion of which is in Arabic, was found inside a plastic bag that held the second device, sources said. Cops were interviewing two men who claim to have spotted a potential person of interest in the case, sources said. The witnesses were dining at […]
The New York Post reported a letter that was partially written in Arabic was found in a plastic bag that... The post Report: Letter With Arabic Writing Found on Second Bomb in New York City; Witnesses Saw ‘Arab’ Man With Suitcase appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
After a heart was found in a plastic bag, officials said more tests were needed to determine if the organ actually came from a human.
Move aims to cut 187 million tonnes of carrier bags dumped into the country's waters, clogging up drainage channels.
Environmentalists patrolling Newtown Creek made a strange discovery — 216 small plastic bags containing a mystery substance.
The IV bag hangs from a plastic seahorse suspended on a steel pole. A life-saving poison slowly drips through the plastic tube into the thin, fragile vein of a 4-year-old girl. Her face is swollen, her hair is merely a cap of fuzz, but her smile is electric. Show More Summary