Federal court officers have recommended a sentence of life in prison for a peanut company executive convicted of selling salmonella-tainted food, a move that attorneys on both sides called "unprecedented" for a food-poisoning case.
Are you eating too much added sugar? The nutrition facts label may one day help figure that out...
Move over sweet and salty: Researchers say we have a distinct and basic taste for fat, too.
Companies would not have to disclose whether their food products contain genetically modified...
A new study released just days after the U.S. House passed a bill that would prevent states from requiring labels on genetically modified foods reveals that GMO labeling would not act as warning labels and scare consumers away from buying products with GMO ingredients.
Much like mass produced foods filled with ingredients no one can understand, “Junk Food” IT can make a company sick and sluggish.
New York's Wage Board on Monday finalized its recommendation endorsing a $15 minimum wage for fast-food workers in chain restaurants.
Nutritional bars are a handy way for consumers to stop eating three meals a day at set times and to start consuming smaller portions of food throughout the day, whether they are on the go or at home.
A state advisory committee will spend $80,000 over the next two years to promote the state's wineries and help researchers find hardier grapes to make better North Dakota wines.
Researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Oklahoma State University recently debuted a genetically engineered peanut with a longer shelf life and greater resistance to disease.
The cows haven't moved into the new Kentland Farm dairy science production facility yet, but plenty of people showed up on July 17 to see the new home of Virginia Tech's milking herd.
The American Beverage Association has sued the city of San Francisco, claiming new legislation requiring health warning labels on sugary beverages and prohibiting advertisements of them on city property violates the First Amendment.
Ozark Beer Co. is expanding, adding new equipment that will allow it to brew 50 percent more beer. But Ozark Beer isn't alone; Several breweries in northwest Arkansas are making various moves to meet what they say is steadily growing demand.
Beverage giant Dr Pepper Snapple Group this week reported second-quarter earnings that exceeded analysts' expectations.
The U.S. Virgin Islands' environmental agency plans to file a violation order against two rum producers on St. Croix as residents of several communities complain of a black mold persistently staining their properties, cars and boats.
After taking Chicken Fries off the menu in 2012, Burger King had said last year it was bringing back the long, deep-fried piece of chicken as a limited-time offer in response to customer demands.
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A newly announced partnership between Coca-Cola and a New Jersey startup aims to develop soda bottles partly from carbon dioxide.
The Seattle-based coffee chain said sales rose 8 percent in its flagship Americas unit. In the U.S., which makes up the majority of the unit, the company has been pushing up sales with price hikes and offerings like S'more Frappuccinos and Flat White espresso drinks that cost a little more.
Culinary tourists are pushing growth in foreign tourism to the United States, which is transforming its image as a fast-food mecca to a land of regional tastes and dishes.
Growing demand from emerging economies is expected to increase the global market for packaged foods to $3.03 trillion by 2020.
McDonald's is looking at a variety of changes to win back customers in the U.S.: A new value message to replace the Dollar Menu, breakfast all day, and nips and tucks to improve the taste of its burgers.
The Food Processing Suppliers Association this week announced the details of two educational sessions scheduled to make their debut at PROCESS EXPO 2015.
Grocery Manufacturers Association Applauds U.S. House Passage of Safe and Accurate Food Labeling ActJuly 24, 2015 7:45 am | by Grocery Manufacturers Association
“(Thursday's) bipartisan passage of the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act (HR 1599) clearly demonstrates the growing support for this critically important legislation,” said Pamela G. Bailey, president and CEO of the Grocery Manufacturers Association.