General Mills Canada confirmed this week that the Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios cereals it sells in Canada are not included in the recall announced recently by General Mills in the United States.
Lawmakers on Wednesday asked federal officials whether Americans should trust the government's dietary guidelines, which inform everything from school lunches to advice from a doctor.
Peet's Coffee & Tea is buying the popular premium coffee company Stumptown Coffee Roasters, bringing the once independent brand more into the mainstream.
Company to require all suppliers to become certified to GFSI-recognized standards.
North American Meat Institute President and CEO Barry Carpenter expressed appreciation Tuesday at the announcement by USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack and HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell that the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans “will remain within the scope of our mandate in the 1990 National Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research Act (NNMRRA), which is to provide “nutritional and dietary information and guidelines."
UL, a leading global safety science organization, has received approval from the Non-GMO Project to perform the Polymerase Chain Reaction testing as set forth in the Non-GMO Project Standard.
Any talk of a union between Budweiser and Miller — in fact, any talk of the creation of beer behemoth reaching all parts of the globe for that matter — should be put off for now as the owners of two of the world's most famous beers continue to haggle over the terms of a merger.
Shares of Yum Brand plunged in late trading Tuesday after the owner of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell cut its profit outlook for the year, citing a slower-than-expected comeback for its key China division.
Wal-Mart is expanding its offering of protein bars like Special K and Clif beyond the health food areas to the main grocery aisles of some of its stores, starting in January.
Low grain prices are driving down Kansas cropland values this year, while high prices for cattle are pushing up the value of pastures.
A California city has ordered restaurants to cut back on dishwashing by using disposable plates, cutlery and cups as a way to save water during the fourth year of drought in the state.
A Brooklyn bakery is recalling about 100 sugar buns after realizing the baked treats contained milk.
Conditioning and emptying bulk bags with agglomerated material can be dangerous if the proper equipment is not utilized. Unit addresses concerns related to the commonly practiced "forklift conditioning method" such as bag breakage, plant structural damage, forklift damage, or injury to plant personnel.
Obama met with business and agricultural leaders at the Department of Agriculture. The site of the meeting reflects the urgency that farm groups have attached to the deal to remove tariffs and other trade barriers that would increase exports ranging from meat and poultry to grains and cotton.
A proposed merger between the world's two leading beer companies appears to be dead — for the time being.
There should be enough pumpkins for Halloween this year, but that might not be the case for the canned pumpkin used in pies come Thanksgiving, according to crop experts in Illinois, the country's top pumpkin-producing state.
PepsiCo Inc. said Tuesday that snack volume in North America rose by 0.5 percent for the third quarter, while pricing pushed up sales for the division by 2 percent. The maker of Frito-Lay chips has been increasing options on sizes, offering Lay's potato chips in a bag that is two ounces smaller than the traditional 10-ounce bag.
The Herald-Mail reports that Hagerstown-based Lanco Dairy Farms has taken over the plant outside Hancock and will reopen it. The plant closed in June 2014.
Organic & Natural Health Association has released results of a consumer research study conducted as a first step in their initiative to set the standard for the term “natural.” The online research study was conducted by Natural Marketing Institute and found that 1 in 3 consumers do not make a quality distinction between the terms “natural” and “organic” and/or government regulation for products with such labels.
General Mills is recalling 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios produced at a plant in Lodi, California, saying the cereal is labeled gluten-free but actually contains wheat.