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Where do I start with documenting food industry corruption?

Amicchan (talkcontribs)

I've been wanting to document some corruption in the food industry. There are a lot of these instances:

  • Food poisoning outbreaks caused by worker abuse.
  • The overuse of antibiotics that promotes drug-resistant pathogens.[1][2]
  • Large abuse of chickens (through intensive farms), which results in increased spread of salmonella.
  • How the FDA canceled a plan to vaccinate chicken against salmonella.[3]

I'm not sure where to start though as there are many instances of food industry corruption. - Comrade Amicchan (talk) 19:51, 27 September 2022 (UTC)

  1. Antibiotic overuse: a key driver of antimicrobial resistance. doi: 10.3399/bjgp14X682561 [HUB]
  2. "Can Chicken Farming Really Be Sustainable?".
  3. "U.S. Rejected Hen Vaccine Despite British Success".
CriticalResist (talkcontribs)

Hello comrade, just a heads up; by convention, we don't put links in headings but rather find a way to include the link in the body after the heading.

The reason for this is that it creates more harmonious articles, hyperlinks are sure to be found only in body text and the user doesn't have to "hunt" for them all over the page. It also looks kinda weird having a multicolored heading when reading.


Amicchan (talkcontribs)

Ah, I see. I was thinking that it would be easier to access a hyperlink from the header.

I think that should be noted in the Editorial guidelines. - Comrade Amicchan (talk) 00:00, 16 September 2022 (UTC)

CriticalResist (talkcontribs)

Yep, I can add it to the guidelines.

Thank you for your work!

Forte (talkcontribs)

Comrade, thank you for your work on improving the articles, you have been working consistently with us!

I want to ask if you wish to create articles as well. Right now you have permission to edit articles, but not create them

Amicchan (talkcontribs)

I would like to be able to create articles. I was thinking about making an article on Microsoft.

Forte (talkcontribs)

Very well

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