Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. is initiating a voluntary recall of a limited quantity of Atkins Chocolate Candies because it may contain Atkins Chocolate Peanut Candies.
This month's heavy rains and flooding across much of Indiana have already reduced the state's corn and soybean crop by nearly $300 million, agriculture experts estimated Friday, adding that the damage could escalate with more wet weather.
As teachers lament seeing toddlers too large to fit in playground swings, a federal program that feeds millions of low-income children may be overhauled for the first time in almost 50 years, aiming to make the meals at day cares healthier and reduce obesity.
Ownership of secret recipes and ingredients from an Ohio restaurant made famous on the TV series "M-A-S-H" is at the center of a legal dispute between a grandson of the original owner and the current ownership group.
Farm, Development Groups Call for Coordinated, Agriculture-Based Effort to Meet Global Food Security NeedsJune 29, 2015 7:15 am | by Farm Journal Foundation
A coalition of farm and international development organizations and agriculture-related foundations sent a letter last week to congressional committees calling for a coordinated approach from the federal government to meeting global food security needs.
Central London was covered in flour and dough earlier today as Papa John's staff broke a Guinness World Record title to celebrate the launch of the pizza chain's 300th store in the United Kingdom.
The EPA says it's reducing the volumes because infrastructure inadequacies limit how much can be consumed. However, corn growers and other supporters of the higher standard say they're needed to force oil companies to improve infrastructure at gas pumps to deliver ethanol fuel blends above the current 10 percent mix.
A fungal infection not seen on Midwestern wheat since the Great Depression is now reported to be spreading, according to reports.
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Food, beverage and agriculture groups praised congressional passage of Trade Promotion Authority this week and predicted the bill would eventually help the industry develop new markets around the globe.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid rose slightly last week, but remained at a historically low level that signals an improving job market.
With summer in full bloom, candy lovers can agree that melted chocolate all over your hands can be sticky and annoying. Now, a company has developed a way to keep chocolate in solid form (without melting) at temperatures as high as 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
The world's largest brewer Anheuser Busch InBev has reached a preliminary settlement with a group of beer drinkers. Their class-action lawsuit accuses the company of deceiving customers who bought Beck's. The problem: the beer they thought was imported from Germany was actually made in Missouri.
A recent study of genetically modified salmon led scientists to conclude that commercializing the altered fish would inherently pose some risk to the environment.
A settlement between an environmental advocacy group and federal regulators will require the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to evaluate two common agricultural pesticides.
A good or mediocre appetizer has the potential to significantly change how the main course is enjoyed, according to one Drexel food science professor.
President Vladimir Putin has extended Russia's ban on the import of many agricultural products for another year.
The maker of Cheerios, Yoplait and Progresso said Thursday that it expects to cut 675 to 725 jobs as it wrestles with sluggish sales.
Every week brings new headlines about a national foodservice brand pledging to reduce or remove food additives from their menu or products. Consumer demand is driving these changes, and the experts at Technomic's research group have timely data detailing why consumers want to know more about the food they eat.
During the past two years, three New England states enacted labeling laws for genetically modified foods amid increasing concerns from consumers. With only a handful of days remaining in the current fiscal year, however, no additional states targeted GMO food labeling in the past 12 months.