The First Lady discusses teaming up with Disney as the company decides to cut "junk food" advertising to kids in an effort to help curb childhood obesity.
Coca-Cola's CEO talks about the company's evolving relationship with social media and how effective use of these platforms has strengthened the company's relationship with consumers.
The Georgia Tech researchers developing the robotic chicken deboning technology reported last week discuss their project and the implications for the poultry processing industry.
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Mountain House Foods processes freeze dried, pre-packaged, shelf-stable entrees. Business is booming, especially as "doomsday preppers" stockpile food for the end of the world.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing legislation that would ban super-sized soft drinks in the city's restaurants, theaters and delis.
The recently published results of a 16-year study that people who eat breakfast are at a lower risk of developing diabetes.
After a rash of outbreaks traceable to contaminated Chinese foods, the FDA informs consumers about the steps underway to better secure food safety in China.
Some tuna off the U.S.'s west coast have tested positive for radioactive contamination thought to be traceable to last year's nuclear disaster in Japan.
Fallout from the nuclear disaster continues. Radioactive beef, for example, was recently discovered after radioactive hay was shipped across the country and fed to cattle.
Health experts tackle U.S. health policy and public health, discussing who's to blame and what can be done to solve the problem.
This pudding application demonstrates the Pick Heater’s ability to instantly heat product, maintaining texture, color and flavor. The Pick Heater improves the cooking process by eliminating kettles and time-consuming batch cooking. With in-line cooking, non-shearing action and precise temperature control, the Pick Sanitary Heater is an essential alternative to traditional cooking methods.
Pollsters seek out real people in Washington D.C. to ask them questions from the International Food Information Council Foundation's 2012 Health Survey.
For ABC's News Now, Shira Bocar discusses the health benefits of nuts.
Last Friday, President Obama proposed a public-private partnership to address issues of food insecurity across the globe.
TODAY's Madelyn Fernstrom answers viewers questions about protein consumption and whether coconut water is really all it's cracked up to be.
Food safety concerns fall into three categories: Biological, chemical and physical hazards. Most manufacturers agree that physical hazards are impossible to eliminate, which is why product inspection equipment, such as an x-ray inspection system, or a metal detector is needed.
Admix provides equipment for dairy production around the world, improving process times, lowering maintenance concerns, and controlling product quality with consistent mixer performance
CBS health experts dig into a new 14-year study purporting to show that coffee drinkers live longer than non-coffee drinkers.