Why does milk, of all beverages, get a pass in our efforts to reduce everyone's caloric intake? Why is it encouraged, when all others are shunned? Is it because you need the calcium? Is it because it makes your bones stronger?
World-renowned chef Tom Colicchio, who is best known for being a judge on all 12 seasons of Bravo's "Top Chef," talks about which cities have happening food scenes and why. From St. Paul to Miami and everything in between, Colicchio discusses the reasons why.
Since our first episode, you've begged us to cover Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMOs. Honestly, I often can't tell if those of you who are asking us to do this expect us to tell you're they're awesome or the worst thing to happen to humanity.
It's not just in coffee anymore. From drinks to jerky to gum, caffeine is everywhere. In our latest video, we take a look at the science behind the world's most popular drug, including why that little molecule keeps you awake and reveal just how much caffeine is too much.
How much sugar are you eating? Odds are you don't know, and as John Oliver pointed out on "Last Week Tonight," it's because food makers are doing their best to make sure you never find out.
When you're Jay Z, you don't just buy bottles of your favorite champagne. You buy the whole company. The Hip-Hop singer purchased the champagne company Armand de Brignac, whose bubbly is also referred to as 'Ace of Spades.'
The population of bluefin tuna near Japan is threatened due to overfishing. Marine biologist Shana Miller joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss how the world is working to save the fish.
Krug has released a 2003 vintage champagne that sells for $2,000. Cristina Alesci breaks down the value of the world's most expensive bubbly.
What's in a name? For the Belgian chocolate maker Libeert, it might just be its fate as a company. Until recently, the company's name was Isis.
The Lempert Report takes a look at what's brewing in the food industry and predicts the food and beverage items that will blossom in 2015. From snacking to same-day grocery deliveries, what do you believe will be a top consumer trend in the coming year?
After a judge ruled that Arizona Beverage Co., maker of Arizona iced tea, is worth $2 billion, its co-founders are now battling over the payout.
Berkeley, California voters became the first in the country to approve taxing sodas to curb consumption, after costly campaigns by the soda industry helped defeat similar taxes in more than 30 other cities and states in recent years.
Coca-Cola's Chief Technical Officer Guy Wollaert discusses the role of technology and innovation at the company with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde at the Dublin Web Summit in Ireland.
Thanks to pressure from the National Rifle Association, people remain free to dine on dogs and cats in Pennsylvania. Stephen Colbert of "The Colbert Report" takes a look at the NRA vs. Pennsylvania pet-eating ban.
Pumpkin Spice vs. Chestnut Praline: which will win? Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz discusses the match-up, as the company prepares to roll out its first new holiday latte in 5 years.
In a new book, Howard Schultz and Rajiv Chandrasekaran argue that fewer than 1 percent of Americans served in Iraq and Afghanistan, post-9/11, and many feel disconnected from civilian society.
Is it real pork? Why is it that shape? Some of the biggest questions about our food revolves around the McRib, so Grant Imahara and a McDonald’s skeptic are going to Lopez foods, one of our U.S. pork suppliers, to find answers. Watch to see what goes into a McRib patty.
A Dutch farmer is using diluted sea water to successfully grow crops, a breakthrough that could potentially minimize the impact of increasingly salinated fresh water reserves due to climate change, as well as save thousands of coastal farms around the world.
We're celebrating our second month of existence, so it's a Reactions double feature this week. In our second video, we examine the science behind the most misunderstood spice in the world: allspice.
Americans have always loved beer, but a more recent trend is the growing love for more artisanal craft beers. Craft beer production jumped more than 80 percent in the past five years, from 117 million cases in 2008 to 215 million cases in 2013.