A Connecticut brewery that drew condemnation in the U.S. and India for its beer that carries the name and likeness of Mohandas Gandhi says it has received threats and is seeking a way to end the uproar.
The northwest corner of Otsego Township is zoned for agriculture, and an egg producer hopes to bring half a million laying hens to produce organic eggs there. The proposed $8.2 million project has raised interest but also concerns among neighbors of the proposed facility.
Dunkin' Donuts said Wednesday it struck a deal to open more than 1,400 locations in China over the next 20 years. Dunkin' Donuts ended the most recent quarter with about 3,200 international locations. In the U.S., it had about 8,000 locations, giving it more than 11,100 locations worldwide.
While an apple a day may keep the doctor away, new research shows that an avocado a day can keep cholesterol at bay! Dr. Tara Narula, cardiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the best diets for your heart.
Whether consumers choose to follow the recommendations or not, the new guidelines will more than likely affect nutritional patterns throughout the country. From school lunches to labels on food products, the Dietary Guidelines are sure to pose an impact in American lives.
3D Systems has announced the CocoJet, a chocolate 3D printer developed in collaboration with The Hershey Company.
This company offers smart Floor Signs that enable your floors to communicate critical information about safety instructions clearly and effectively.
Lifeway Foods president and chief executive Julie Smolyansky details the company's new brand campaign touting cultured dairy product kefir as part of a healthy lifestyle.
In response to high demand for year-round local produce, researchers with the University of New Hampshire report they have successfully grown bulbing onions planted in fall for a spring harvest with the aid of inexpensive low tunnels.
There’s National Chocolate Day, National Beer Day and pretty much a time of year dedicated to every popular food or beverage item you can think of. But did you know January is deemed National Hot Tea Month?
As the national economy gains momentum, industries like manufacturing are migrating South to take advantage of states' right-to-work statuses. I recently had the chance to talk about these trends with Dan Parkinson, Industrial Market Sector Leader at Brasfield & Gorrie.
Producing vanillin — the major compound in vanilla flavoring — is an inefficient and mostly polluting process. But a Danish researcher wants to change that, having identified the compound's biosynthetic pathway in the vanilla orchid.
Clark Bartholomew, a retired soldier, violated a court order when he didn't attend the September conference to settle the lawsuit over needles he found in a Burger King sandwich at a Hawaii Army base. He had filed the lawsuit after swallowing the needles.
Raybern Foods, a California company, will soon be making sandwiches in a former meat processing factory near Tupelo. The company plans to invest more than $10 million and hire 200 people to make frozen deli sandwiches in a 130,000 square foot building in Shannon.
According to a recent article published by the Associated Press, U.S. exports to Cuba have hit one of their lowest points in more than a decade. The hit is a demonstration of the longstanding barriers to trade that will hamper President Barack Obama's recent move to expand ties.
This proposed rule would, among other things: (1) modernize the current good manufacturing practice (“cGMP”) requirements for human food; and (2) require registered food facilities to establish and implement hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls for human food.
A fired manager at an Iowa-based halal food supplier accused of fraud agreed to cooperate with prosecutors months ago under a plea deal. The agreement shows Phillip Payne agreed to "fully and completely cooperate" in the investigation of the Midamar Corp.
McDonald's Corp. officials in Japan bowed deeply Wednesday to apologize for a human tooth, plastic pieces and other objects found in the burger chain's food, highlighting how consumers here are both loving and hating the fast-food eatery.
Idaho-based J.R. Simplot Co. and Texas-based Caviness Beef Packers plan to build a $100 million meatpacking plant in southwestern Idaho. Simplot officials in an announcement yesterday said the plant near Kuna will employ 600 workers.
Regardless of the two teams that actually end up playing, the new ads always seem to be a top reason for watching the game. And this year, Anheuser-Busch — one of the top advertisers for Super Bowl XLIX — has announced the return of the puppies and the Clydesdales.