General Mills is recalling about 60,000 packages of its Cascadian Farm frozen green beans after one package tested positive for listeria. The Minneapolis-based food company said no illnesses have been reported.
A group of neighbors and activists has sued bottled water company Crystal Geyser and Siskiyou County over plans to build a bottling plant near Mount Shasta in parched Northern California.
More than 60 groups asked the Obama administration on Wednesday to keep food industry registration and inspection fees out of its next annual budget request.
Company's bulk bag fillers are designed to fill any size bulk bag with high accuracy, while offering years of trouble-free maintenance.
A combination with Basel-based Syngenta would have made Monsanto the world's largest producer of farming chemicals, on top of its market-leading seed business. But the Swiss company rejected a series of unsolicited offers from the American company.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated his claim Tuesday evening that he would stop eating Oreos, citing the cookie maker's decision to close a plant in Chicago and move it to Mexico.
Kraft Heinz Foods Co. is recalling more than 2 million pounds of turkey bacon products that may be unsafe because they could possibly spoil before the "Best When Used By" date.
In full-page newspaper ads Wednesday, Burger King says it's calling for a truce with McDonald's so that they can create a mashup of their most famous burgers — the Big Mac and the Whopper. Burger King says it wants to serve the concoction for a single day at a popup location in Atlanta, a midway point between the headquarters of the two chains.
Brown-Forman Corp., the producer of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, said Wednesday that its first-quarter net income rose 4 percent, driven by sales growth across much of its spirits lineup to overcome a negative impact from foreign exchange.
More than 20,000 people have pelted each other in the street with tomatoes in this year's "Tomatina" as the Spanish event celebrates its 70th birthday. At the annual fiesta in the eastern town of Bunol on Wednesday, 175 tons of ripe tomatoes were offloaded from seven trucks into the crowd packing the streets for an hour-long battle.
State liquor regulators have pushed off a decision about granting special permission for a distillery to sell its brandy in sample sizes, arguing the move is too drastic for them to make without having lawmakers weigh in first.
The Food Processing Suppliers Association this week, announced the details of two sessions on the PROCESS EXPO University schedule featuring speakers from the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Animal Sciences.
Amazon.com is adding its hometown to the roster of cities with available Prime Now rapid delivery service. But the expansion of the program to Seattle and three nearby suburbs will also reportedly include alcoholic beverages for the first time.
An English airport joined forces with a nutritionist in an effort to provide a mental boost to potentially harried passengers.
Heartland Food Products Group, one of the world's leading producers and marketers of low calorie sweeteners, drink mixes, coffee, and nutritional beverages for consumer markets announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Splenda® low calorie sweetener brand.
The Food and Drug Administration sent a letter to the maker of the mayonnaise alternative earlier this month, noting that the product's name and label could be misleading. The FDA notes that mayonnaise must contain eggs, according to its standard of identity — and that Just Mayo does not.
Mars Chocolate North America announced today that it is currently accepting submissions for its 2015 Chocolate History Research and Investigative Studies Grant through October 1, 2015. The grant, now in its third year, provides funding for innovation in the areas of chocolate history research, scholarship and education.
Food Manufacturing corresponded with Andy Drennan, Senior Vice President at the Food Processing Suppliers Association, to learn more about PROCESS EXPO University. The program, which takes place on September 15th-18th at McCormick Place in Chicago, will feature more than 35 hours of sessions led by academics from Universities across North America.
A beef production plant based in Omaha is promising to update its hiring practices to avoid discrimination as part of an agreement with authorities. The U.S. Justice Department said Monday that Nebraska Beef had agreed to pay $200,000 as part of the settlement, but the company denied any wrongdoing.