There is a good chance that one in five fish sold in a store or served in a restaurant has been caught illegally. That would amount to 26 million tons — the weight of nearly 500 Titanics — of fish a year. But clever use of technology could help prevent this pillage.
Move over, Chobani — there's a new Greek yogurt in town. Female entrepreneur Koel Thomae's Australian spin on Greek yogurt has won over American consumers' stomaches. The company had over 70 million in sales last year alone.
Going against the gluten-free fad, Portland, Ore.-based Dave's Killer Bread has gained legions of fans for its seeded, nutritious sandwich loaves. Now it has plans to expand to every single state in the U.S. by the end of 2015.
After showing us how Chicken McNuggets and McRib patties are made, McDonald's is back with another video. "Are the fries even made from potatoes?" And "Are they ground up and mushed into the fry shape?" These are just a couple of questions that customers are asking.
Less than three years after opening, Blue Apron delivers more than 1 million meals per month to customers across the country. Will it kill grocery stores?
Sriracha isn't the only condiment that's delighting spicy food lovers. Michael Kurtz was working as a part-time pizza apprentice in Brooklyn when he realized his homemade hot honey might be the next thing to stick.
On any given day, 22 percent of kids ages six to 19 are eating pizza. All those slices add up to about one quarter of their daily calories. Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the study published in Pediatrics.
Consumers paid more for groceries in 2014, and they most likely will again this year. Droughts, animal activists and trade agreements are just a few of the reasons why Americans may pay more in food prices in 2015.
Sorry cheese lovers, but there will be no cheeseburgers or cheese and crackers for you tomorrow; at least not in the Seattle area. The city manager of Bainbridge Island in Kitsap County, Washington, has installed a ban on cheese consumption or possession. Find out why!
Are you looking to get healthier this new year? There is a new app out that can help you do just that. It's called Bag IQ. The application can track and analyze quality, nutrition and the price of the food products you buy.
If you aren't already aware, January is National Oatmeal Month. ABC's Tina Trinh takes a look at the wonders of gourmet oatmeal by visiting Oat Meals in New York City. Learn the various ways you can dress up this breakfast staple, like with bacon and peanut butter or even pesto and tomato.
Did Pringles just release a new flavor and not even tell anybody? New Kickin' Chicken Taco flavored Pringles are popping up in a supermarket chain in the Midwest, apparently part of a new 'Food Truck' collection.
Toast as a taste, seaweed on everything and chocolate as dark as night. These are just a few of the trends at this year's Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco. Watch this video to find out what other wacky food trends may be coming your way.
Are American supermarkets missing out on a big sales opportunity by not stocking enough ethnic foods? A new study says more than half of ethnic food consumers claim to have to visit three or more specialized stores to find the full product selection they desire.
Ramen, the traditional Japanese noodle soup, is booming in popularity in the U.S. Sun Noodle, a major ramen manufacturer, has opened the Ramen Lab, a small eatery in New York City where diners can learn about the dish from a Japanese chef.
Meet the Fool's Gold: a sandwich that was loved and devoured by Elvis Presley. Made with peanut butter, jelly and bacon, the sandwich is served up at Nick's Cafe in Lakewood, Colo.
Founders Fund, the $2 billion San Francisco venture capital firm run by Silicon Valley stars including Peter Thiel, co-founder and former CEO of Paypal, is investing in Privateer Holdings, a marijuana company that owns several pot-related brands.
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.
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.
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.