A U.S. visa program, EB-5, allows foreign investors to seek U.S. residency with a $500,000 investment in an approved rural project that creates at least 10 jobs. More than $642 million has been invested in such projects in South Dakota since 2004, and 304 investors have been granted green cards.
Representative Tom Petri is taking an important stand on behalf of consumers, food safety and science. Petri is cosponsoring the bipartisan Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act, which will establish national standards for food and beverage products.
While we'll miss the exciting flavors of Summer, we're stoked to see Autumn produce hitting the local groceries. From squashes to pomegranates, take a look at this list of Fall favorites along with their incredible health benefits.
New research from the University of British Columbia finds that children of college-educated parents tend to eat more vegetables and drink less sugar.
Pabst has been an American company since 1844 and will continue to be an American iconic brand with its headquarters in the U.S. The future owners of Pabst are "deeply committed to Pabst's future as an American company."
Organic Trade Association Executive Director and CEO Laura Batcha noted that organic acreage and production in the United States have not kept up with the growth in organic demand.
A recent survey by Schneider Electric reveals acceleration in efficiency funding, convergence of information technology and operational technology, and infrastructure upgrades and sustainability as some of the biggest trends impacting businesses.
With the availability of novel enzymes and processes designed to break down tapioca starch into sugars that can then be used to produce sweeteners such as glucose, fructose, or maltose syrup, tapioca may be an ideal alternative to corn.
Starbucks is testing a "Dark Barrel Latte" that the company says is flavored with the toasty malt of a foamy mug of stout. The company has said it would expand its testing of serving alcohol and small bites in the evening to more stores.
Many bakeries have been at the heart of their high street for decades — or in some cases even centuries — but when did the story begin? Craft Bakers Week is celebrated Sept. 29-Oct. 5.
Treating source water with reverse osmosis elements removes the minerals to create a blank slate, allowing brewers to have control over taste, quality and composition of the beer.
The first brand to bring quinoa to the United States in the 1980s, Ancient Harvest, is now serving up ancient grains for breakfast with the debut of its line of hot cereals. The cereals will be available nationwide this winter.
Woodstock Farms Manufacturing has recalled its Nature's Promise Organic Campfire Trail Mix for possibly containing cashew kernels, when the ingredient label does not list them.
Australian scientists have spent two years determining how to make a bowl of spaghetti healthier without compromising on taste. Two lines of durum wheat not currently being used in pasta production were discovered to possibly be able to increase fiber by up to 20 percent.
TruMoo, a leader in ready-to-serve refrigerated chocolate milk, has introduced Orange Scream just in time for Halloween. The orange milk was inspired by an orange frozen pop with vanilla ice cream.
Changing consumer taste preferences, varied levels of cost-consciousness and competition from spirits and wine are converging to re-shape the beer industry and its growth opportunities in 2014 and beyond.
Though Roger Goodell has shown progress in recognizing that domestic violence is a serious problem in the NFL, he and the sport's biggest sponsor — Anheuser-Busch InBev — continue to blame individual behavior as the cause.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture has approved labeling standards for California-produced olive oil that will require makers to prove their product really is extra-virgin olive oil.
Some of the 3.4-ounce Theater Box M&M’s may contain packages of Peanut Butter M&Ms so they are being voluntarily recalled. It’s not marked that way on the box, but the packages inside are correctly marked, the company said.
The Flagstaff, Arizona pet food plant's explosion will stop production for several weeks. Four contract workers were injured in Nestle Purina's explosion last week.