In the Hispanic home, cooking traditional foods goes beyond providing healthy, nutritious meals; it represents the importance of family time and offers a way to keep the Hispanic culture alive.
Maine congresswoman Chellie Pingree is urging the cruise ships that bring tens of thousands of visitors to Portland to serve locally caught lobsters to their passengers.
A turkey processing company is set to break ground on a $70 million plant in southeastern Indiana that it says will employ hundreds of people.
Baked goods company Flowers Foods' net income edged up in the second quarter as increased prices and better sales of Nature's Own breads and Tastykake products pushed revenue higher.
Cooler weather and rain in the middle of the country have slowed the deterioration of the nation's corn and soybean crops, but experts said the drought isn't over and the recent respite won't make much of a difference.
The Berkey Creamery at Penn State is warning patrons that plastic pieces and a penny have been found in containers of ice cream.
MoonPie, the iconic Southern brand of marshmallow cookie sandwiches, hits store shelves across America this month with an entirely fresh, new package design already generating solid sales growth in select accounts.
Specialty food company The Chefs' Warehouse Inc. announced today that it has purchased Michael's Finer Meats LLC for $54.3 million to expand its business in the Midwest.
When an early spring was followed by a frost, New England apple growers watched closely in the coming months for signs of damage. Turns out, not only was the damage not nearly as bad as in some big apple states like Michigan, but this year's apples are expected to have more intense flavor.
Children are far more likely to pick a healthier fast-food meal when promotional toys are offered only with those menu options and not with less nutritional fare like burgers, fries and a pop, a study has found.
Lobstermen and fishery officials in Maine are hoping that cool heads prevail as the fishing season begins in Canada for lobstermen who blocked truckloads of Maine-caught lobster from New Brunswick processing plants before settling their dispute over the weekend.
The Agriculture Department will buy up to $170 million of pork, lamb, chicken and catfish to help drought-stricken farmers and ranchers.
Shopping online for groceries is a growing business. Various sources forecast online purchases of packaged goods to grow from $12 billion today to $25 billion by 2014.
Union leaders say they hope American Crystal Sugar Co. chief executive Dave Berg will reconsider his decision to skip a community meeting about the company's extended worker lockout.
Tyson Foods, the nation's biggest meat company, established a new $1 billion credit facility that will reduce its annual interest expense by $1.1 million a year and boost its balance sheet.
Laws strictly curbing school sales of junk food and sweetened drinks may play a role in slowing childhood obesity, according to a study that seems to offer the first evidence such efforts could pay off.
Sliced apples distributed to fast-food and grocery chains across the country are among packaged products being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination.
Monster Beverage Corp. said in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission last Thursday that it received a subpoena last month from an unidentified state attorney general's office concerning the advertising and ingredients of its energy drinks.
According to the first large study of states’ laws governing the sale of junk food and drinks in U.S. public schools, these regulations may help curb childhood obesity.
Fearing for their livelihood, Canadian fishermen in the past few days have angrily blocked truckloads of Maine lobsters from being delivered to processing plants in Canada that turn out lobster products for U.S. supermarkets and restaurants.