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Scientists from the Netherlands have announced they've created the world's first burger from "in vitro meat," which is made from bovine stem cells. Supporters of the product say they hope to see this meat on store shelves within a decade.
Soylent is the brainchild of a computer engineer looking for an alternative to food. The substance, though slightly less terrifying than it's classic movie namesake, is not exactly appetizing. The powder can be mixed with water to provide all the basic nutrients necessary to sustain human life, but without any of the fun — or hassle — of eating.
Malaysia, China, Russian and Vietnam have yanked products produced by dairy giant Fonterra from shelves after botulism-causing bacteria were found in the company's products. The discovery is causing big concerns, especially in China, which has had its own share of milk safety concerns in recent years.
A new study investigates the link between childhood obesity and highly sweetened beverages like soda and juices with high levels of sugar. The study finds that children who consume as few as one sugary beverage per day see a significantly elevated risk of childhood obesity.
Though the label "gluten-free" can be seen on food packaging throughout grocery stores, the term currently has no agreed-upon definition. For consumers with Celiac disease, even trace amounts of gluten can present serious issues, and the sale of gluten-free products has risen nearly 800 percent since 2004.
Take a peek inside Anheuser-Busch's largest brewery in St. Louis and see how Anheuser-Busch InBev brews and bottles dozens of brands. The facility has been in operation for over a century and was purchased by InBev as part of an acquisition deal inked in 2008.
Taylor Farms in Salinas, Calif., has added a new worker to its lettuce harvesting operations — a robot. The lettuce-picking robot can harvest twice the lettuce in half the time, which has yielded benefits not just for the farm operators, but for the employees as well. Harvesters have seen a slight increase in pay as well as improved working conditions.
TODAY show correspondent Nancy Snyderman is urging consumers to wash their hands and produce as a foodborne parasite spreads across the U.S. The CDC is investigating the outbreak of cyclospora, which has spread to at least nine states and has led to the hospitalization of ten people.
Last week the FDA announced it would be taking further action to protect the food supply by imposing stricter regulations on imported food. Currently, though over 150 countries import food into the U.S., only 2 percent of the imported food is inspected upon entry into the country.
Emil Brolick, the CEO of fast food burger chain Wendy's, says the company plans to sell over 400 corporate store locations to private franchisees as the company invests in new product development, bringing "product innovation" to the fast food market.
The CDC continues to investigate the source of a stomach bug outbreak that has spread across eight states and sickened hundreds of people. The Cyclospora outbreak could stem from contaminated food and is rare in North America, typically found in the tropics.
Despite its storied history here in the United States and around the world, chocolate giant Hershey's is just beginning to tap into the Chinese candy market. CBS's Seth Doane reports on how the brand is positioning itself in this growing market.
Peter Granger, Senior Industry Solutions Manager for Cisco, presents the success achieved by Wrigley's — the largest producer of chewing gum in the world — as the company uses RFID with their Cisco wireless network to improve visibility to the plant floor, reduce losses and save time.
Eatocracy's Kat Kinsman taste tests the newly re-released Twinkie — back from hiatus after the bankruptcy and liquidation of the company that produced the spongy cakes — for CNN Money to find out how it compares to the the Twinkies we all grew up eating. Kinsman finds some unexpected changes.
Engineers are now developing intelligent machines to do farm work and help ease a worsening labor shortage on American farms. See the engineers test the Lettuce Bot, a machine that can "thin" a field of lettuce in the time it takes about 20 workers to do the job by hand.
Starbucks' CEO Howard Schultz tells CNN's Poppy Harlow he's "stunned" by the number of Starbucks customers who buy the company's "premium drinks," but he also points out that the company has divesified its product offerings to include lower-cost beverages for budget-conscious consumers.
ABC's Chief Health and Medical Editor Dr. Richard Besser discusses new regulations lowering acceptable limits of arsenic in apple juice. The FDA announced the new regulations last week following last year's scrutiny of the beverage, popular with children.
In the wake of several high-profile foodborne illness outbreaks, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a plan to heighten food safety standards and implement a food-tracking system in order to better secure the U.S. food supply.
Concerns deepen over a recent deal by which Chinese meat processor Smithfield Foods would buy American meat giant Smithfield Foods. Critics of the deal are now saying that increasing U.S. exports to China could have a serious and negative impact on U.S. food safety.