A judge ruled Tuesday that the California Sriracha factory that manufactures the trendy hot sauce must partially shut down after neighbors complained of the spicy smells it was producing. Huy Fong Foods must determine what is causing the odor and stop it.
Rules covering the production, testing and labeling of raw milk sold in South Dakota will take effect Dec. 11, the state's agriculture secretary said Tuesday. Raw milk producers argue the milk already safe and the new rules impose too many restrictions.
Leaving grapes to freeze on the vine seems like a recipe for stone cold failure. But under the right conditions, the grapes that come in from the cold can produce delicious dessert wines that are a cool favorite for holiday pairings.
Bison meat is lower in cholesterol than beef, hormone-free, steroid-free and antibiotic-free. A corporate chef at Ted's Montana Grill explains why consumers should eat more bison meat, and demonstrates how to prepare a tasty bison burger.
The Food Safety Update section of Food Manufacturing is designed to offer our readers insight into the state of food safety concerns across the industry. We received hundreds of responses to this month’s survey on dairy processing.
The BactronEZ is suitable as a first anaerobic chamber or replacement chamber for users looking to update their existing chamber.
The LEDLB-24E-IR LED Light Bar offers high infrared light output and extreme durability for demanding operating conditions.
The C19 Compact IPC can control production processes, visualize processes, capture machine and operating data, or display work orders.
Satiety, lean protein, low carb and fat burning are four buzzwords commonly associated with weight management. Linda Milo Ohr writes about 12 foods and ingredients, like proteins and antioxidants, that are tipping the scales towards better health.
The traditional American Thanksgiving meal has morphed in recent years as consumers cook for diners with dietary restrictions. Holidays without meat, dairy, gluten and carbohydrates are becoming the norm. The whole family's diet can change for one person.
Congress members are asking the Food and Drug Administration to allow further comment on sweeping food safety rules that farmers say could drive them out of business. The group asked the agency to propose a second set of rules to implement the 2011 FSMA.
The shop has been at the same location since the 1940s, but Kalustyan's is anything but stuck in time. It has expanded repeatedly to keep up with consumers' changing tastes. For food science geeks, they recently added a molecular gastronomy section.
A Frederick scientist says the U.S. Food and Drug Administration stole his trade secrets for software to help detect threats to the food supply. He claims the release of the FDA tool has cost him business opportunities and forced him to lay off workers.
Silver Spring horseradish is the number one retail brand in the United States. Silver Spring Foods, Inc. recognized that their current Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) system could not handle their current business requirements and would be unable to evolve as the company continued to grow.
Americans are demanding humanely raised options in their grocery store now more than ever. A new survey revealed that 89 percent of almost 3,000 Americans surveyed stated they were concerned about the welfare of animals raised on farms and ranches.
A new restaurant opening this week in New York has more than just good food on the menu. The British theater company Punchdrunk unveils a chic eatery as part of its genre-bending show "Sleep No More," promising patrons savory pies and something else.
Across the country this Thursday, tables will be set to accommodate everyone from vegans and vegetarians to those trying to eat like cavemen. The complicated feasts reflect the growing ranks of Americans paying closer attention to the food they eat.
With two other turkeys ticketed for a presidential pardon at the White House, their 20-pound brother met Minnesota's governor Monday at a state Capitol ceremony featuring much of the same upbeat pageantry ahead of a far gloomier fate for the bird.
Hormel Foods said Tuesday that its fiscal fourth-quarter net income rose 19 percent, benefiting from strong export sales of Spam canned ham and Skippy peanut butter, beating analysts' expectations. The company boosted its annual dividend 18 percent.
A potential ban on plastic foam food containers proved a piping-hot topic among New York City lawmakers Monday, as they debated the material's pros, cons and prospects for recycling. The City Council is looking at proposals that would ban the containers.