Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports Finds Potentially Harmful Bacteria and Illegal Antibiotic Residues in Tests of Frozen Shrimp
Findings raise public health concerns especially with imported, farmed shrimp; FDA needs to step up inspection at U.S. ports and overseas shrimp farms Consumer Reports recommends buying responsibly-caught U.S. wild shrimp when possible YONKERS, NY — Shrimp has surpassed tuna...

Consumer Reports Names Jason Fox as Vice President, Digital
Former Global Head of Product for Reuters News Agency YONKERS, NY — Consumer Reports, the largest and most trusted consumer organization in the world, has named Jason Fox as Vice President, Digital. In his new role, Mr. Fox will lead...

Wegmans, Publix, & Trader Joe’s Continue to Dominate Consumer Reports’ Supermarket Ratings
Walmart Supercenter still among lowest-rated grocers in latest survey; Fresh, high-quality produce & store-made meals a top consideration YONKERS, NY — In Consumer Reports’ new supermarket survey, Wegmans, Publix, and Trader Joe’s remain at the top of the Ratings of...

Consumer Reports Examines Pesticide Use On Produce to Help Consumers Reduce Exposure
Risk Guide for 48 Fruits and Vegetables from 14 Countries; Choosing Organic Always the Safest Choice but in Many Cases Conventional Can Be As Low Risk YONKERS, NY — Fresh produce is an important part of a healthy diet. A...

Consumer Reports Appoints Two New Members to Board of Directors
Executives from The New York Times Company and The Center for Investigative Reporting Join the Board of Leading Consumer Organization YONKERS, NY – Consumer Reports, the largest and most trusted consumer organization in the world, has named two new members...

Consumer Reports Names the Best Cars for Any Budget
Used car standouts from $10,000 or less up to $25,000; Plus, the Worst of the Worst Used Cars YONKERS, NY — Consumer Reports has long advocated buying used as a way for consumers to get the biggest bang for their...

The Truth about Car Recalls: Consumer Reports Investigates the Record-Breaking 2014 and What It Means For Drivers
Five key questions about recalls answered YONKERS, NY ― In 2014, 62 million U.S. vehicles were recalled, an all-time record. Some of those recalls have been tied to serious injuries or deaths, which might have Americans concerned about the safety...

Domestic Cars Clinch Three Spots in Consumer Reports’ Top Picks List for First Time in 17 Years
Subaru shows strong performance, with three models taking top honors in the 2015 list YONKERS, NY — In its annual Top Picks list, Consumer Reports has crowned four new vehicles—the Buick Regal, Chevrolet Impala, Subaru Legacy, and Toyota Highlander—with the...

Buick Is First Domestic to Earn A Top 10 Spot In Consumer Reports Annual Car Brand Report Cards
Rankings find Kia rising, while Acura, Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz plummet YONKERS, NY—With improved reliability scores for its lineup, Buick has become the first domestic brand to earn a place among the top 10 in Consumer Reports Annual Car Brand Report...

Consumer Reports Poll: 46 Percent of Streaming Media Accountholders Share Their Log-In Credentials
Not all companies explicitly prohibit password sharing outside the household YONKERS, NY ― Streaming media services are quite popular: 51 percent of American households say they subscribe to Amazon Prime Instant Video, HBO Go, Hulu Plus, Netflix, and/or WatchESPN, according...

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