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No more Chicken McDruggets: McDonald’s says it will remove artificial preservatives from some items, and its nuggets will now come from 100% antibiotic-free chickens.

Arbitration, shmarbitration: A federal judge recently scolded Uber for failing to prove that its users actually agreed to mandatory binding arbitration.

Recall overhaul: After a preliminary audit found the Food and Drug Administration’s food recall process lacked effective and efficient processes to ensure the safety of the nation’s food supply, one lawmaker is calling for an overhaul of the agency’s systems.

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