Is this a detox diet that is too good to be true? From the green juice crave to an all-vegan diet, new cleanses that promise weight loss are a dime a dozen. Now, the "Ice Cream Cleanse" is promising 5-8 pounds of weight loss in just three days.
On the last Wednesday of August, thousands of people celebrate Tomatina in Buñol, Spain, where...
Snap-on Incorporated Chairman and CEO Nicholas T. Pinchuk talks about growing the number of...
Researchers at the University of Chicago say that the overuse of anti-bacterial soaps and...
On the last Wednesday of August, thousands of people celebrate Tomatina in Buñol, Spain, where 100 tons of tomatoes are hurled at one another. Tomatina is a decades-old tradition. Anthony Mason reports.
Snap-on Incorporated Chairman and CEO Nicholas T. Pinchuk talks about growing the number of manufacturing employees in the U.S.
Researchers at the University of Chicago say that the overuse of anti-bacterial soaps and medications might be linked to food allergies caused by destroying good bacteria.
An aluminum giant and a tiny microbrewery have tapped into a growing trend of craft brewers turning to cans. But these cans are different. Red Hare Brewing Company partnered with Novelis, which uses 90 percent recycled content.
After the renaissance of 'PBR', Pabst Brewing Company is reviving Ballantine's India Pale Ale, which was first brewed in 1878.
When you go out to eat, it's about more than just filling up. Drinks Editor Andrew Knowlton from Bon Appetit eats out more than 250 days a year. Here is a look at what he has found to be the top 10 restaurants in the U.S., based on more than just the taste of food.
According to a recent report from the USDA, imported fruits and vegetables account for an ever increasing share of U.S. consumption and in most cases, U.S. imports are sourced from just a few supplying countries.
The debate over GMOs is a hot issue. Each side has its own opinion, so what can be done to hear only the facts? How about a science court where both sides conduct an assessment through facts only? The public would benefit if they knew that their decisions would be based solely on fact.
Consumers are falling in love with specialty spreads. Everything from nut butters to hummus to chocolate, the trend is taking over. Move over PB&J's, with so many options tempting Americans today, spreads have become an easy way to add protein to the diet.
Stephen Colbert of "The Colbert Report" sinks his teeth into the debate of which is better: the BLT sandwich or the classic club sandwich? Hilarity ensues when he compares the lettuce in a BLT to the Holy Ghost because "no one knows why it's there."
When given the option between a cookie and a piece of produce, which one do you reach for? In five years, you could be spending more time and money in the produce aisle. Author Michael Moss says produce marketers are going to figure out how to really drive sales upwards.
Instead of the typical American dinner where the protein takes center stage, chef Dan Barber asks consumers to make vegetables the main act. Barber says health is about what the landscape wants to provide and how our diets can be fashioned to support that.
Recent data shows that consumers are willing to put their money where their mouth is when it comes to giving back. In a poll of 1,000 Americans, nearly one-third of them said they planned to increase the amounts of goods they buy from socially responsible food companies.
Vladimir Putin retaliates against economic sanctions by imposing a strict ban on food imports from the West.
Wine makers take note! Researchers found that location is an important factor for growing wine grapes. From where the grapes are grown to where bottles are stored, the taste of wine can vary greatly, even in the same types of wine, due to location.
Sam Van Aken, a professor from Syracuse University, has created a tree that holds 40 different kinds of fruit. He set out to find a permanent home for varieties of stone fruit that trace back thousands of years. Introducing: the "Tree of 40 Fruits."
Consumers want more protein even though they may be unsure how to get it. A recent report says that 62 percent of U.S. adults make a point of consuming plenty of protein. How and where will companies be tapping into this increasing demand?
The coconut water business is expected to reach $1 billion next year. More than 200 brands are now in competition for this growing beverage trend, but why is the drink so popular? New York Times reporter Michael Moss says the drink isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Millennials are often viewed as the generation of "foodies." They love fresh ideas, new tastes and socially responsible products. Food has become a method of self-expression. As a result, the food industry is adapting to keep up with this fast-paced generation.
Many of America's best beers are now being produced by small, local brewers you've probably never heard of. But most people, beer-enthusiasts especially, do know about Sierra Nevada. The brewery is the largest privately-owned craft brewery in the country.