The number of rice farmers in a lawsuit that claims RiceTec Inc. sold hybrid seed that produced inferior rice has grown to 51 with the addition of farmers in Louisiana and Texas.
Burch Equipment LLC is expanding their recall to include 13,888 cases and 581 bins of Athena variety cantaloupes due to the potential for being contaminated with Listeria. Melons affected by this recall total 188,902.
Although the overall current restaurant operating environment is positive, expectations for the future softened in June, according the National Restaurant Association's Restaurant Performance Index.
Commercial fishermen in New England are facing severe cuts in their catch limits next year because of the poor condition of populations of so-called groundfish, regulators said Thursday.
The report to Congress was blunt: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had failed to regulate pollution from the nation's livestock farms — many capable of generating more waste than some cities — because it lacked information as basic as how many farms even existed.
After 18 years of steady increases, the number of farmers markets across the country now registered with the USDA is 7,864. In 1994, there were 1,744.
Kenosha Beef International Ltd. is recalling nearly 19 tons of frozen bacon-cheeseburger patties because they may contain pieces of gasket material.
Frito-Lay officials are determining how much damage was caused by a fire at the company's plant in south Topeka.
Pushed by the rising popularity of eating locally and healthily, the number of farmers markets climbed by 9.6 percent nationally over the past year, according to the USDA.
Like many businesses, Kellogg is contending with rising commodity costs and weakness in Europe, which pushed its net income 12 percent lower in the second quarter. But the company's one-two punch of breakfast goods and snacks gave a lift to its revenue, driven by sales of Pop-Tarts and strength in North America.
Cornflakes won't necessarily be more expensive as a result of rising corn prices, but the milk you pour over them might be.
After taking a second look at the attention-grabbing names of Dirty Bastard and Backwoods Bastard beers, the state's liquor control agency lifted its ban on their sale in Alabama.
The trial in U.S. district court in St. Louis centered on whether DuPont infringed on Monsanto's patent for developing genetically modified soybean seeds that can withstand the weed killer Roundup.
Nearly 220 counties in a dozen drought-stricken states were added yesterday to the U.S. government's list of natural disaster areas as the nation's agriculture chief unveiled new help for frustrated, cash-strapped farmers and ranchers grappling with extreme dryness and heat.
Consumers show significant interest and participation in mobile advertising, according to a new survey.
Shares of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. soared 12 percent in after-hours trading Wednesday after it reported a 30 percent jump in third-quarter profit and plans to repurchase shares.
A New Jersey cheese maker that made ricotta cheese from tainted milk has been fined $200,000 and put on four years of probation.
A group of horse owners and clubs is urging the governor of New Mexico to support a proposed horse slaughterhouse, saying the closing of domestic facilities five years ago has caused "needless suffering under the cruelest of conditions."
The Food Bank of New Jersey is collecting peaches and taking them to Campbell, which is turning them into Just Peachy Salsa, a donated product the food bank can sell for fundraising purposes.
A new law in Chile aims to take some of the fun out of fast-food by forcing McDonald's, Burger King, KFC and other restaurants to stop including toys and other goodies with children's meals.