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.
Customers stood in a long line to buy meals to show their support for Chick-fil-A, which is currently embroiled in a controversy over same-sex marriage. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a Baptist minister, declared Wednesday national "Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day."
A new global survey commissioned by Kronos Incorporated and conducted by IDC Manufacturing Insights revealed that labor productivity ranked the highest among all 11 countries surveyed as the most important factor for achieving manufacturing success.
A study on possible effects of the 2010 BP oil spill indicates dispersants may have killed plankton — some of the ocean's tiniest plants and creatures — and disrupted the food chain in the Gulf of Mexico, one of the nation's richest seafood grounds.
With Republicans badly split over farm subsidies and cutting food stamps, House GOP leaders yesterday decided to drop plans to extend the current farm program for one year and instead will press for immediate help for drought-stricken livestock producers.
General Mills Inc. said Wednesday that it has completed its acquisition of Brazilian food company Yoki Alimentos SA.
The ongoing drought, combined with global economic turmoil, is hurting business in nine Midwest and Plains states and boosting worries about the possibility of another recession, according to a monthly report released Wednesday.
The number of consumers who perceive omega-3 as a healthy fatty acid rose five points to 84 percent, according to the United Soybean Board's 19th annual Consumer Attitudes about Nutrition survey.
The home of the Whopper is on a mission: bring more food options to customers and expand overseas. Burger King's plan appears to be working so far, with the casual dining chain's net income surging 60 percent in the second quarter.
Efforts to protect endangered sea turtles in the Gulf of Mexico have prompted strenuous complaints from the dwindling fleet of shrimpers blamed for drowning them in their nets, who say their own livelihoods are threatened.
It sounds like an unfolding epidemic: A decade ago, virtually no one in the U.S. seemed to have a problem eating gluten in bread and other foods. Now, millions do.
U.S. manufacturing activity likely stopped shrinking in July, a modest improvement from June. Still, consumers and businesses remain cautious and are spending less on factory goods, which likely kept manufacturing from gaining much strength.
The Manitoba Liquor Control Commission says it is voluntarily recalling a brand of British booze after finding it contaminated with glass fragments.
Scientists suggest that there may be more celiac disease today because people eat more processed wheat products than in decades past, which use types of wheat that have a higher gluten content.
Drought conditions are intensifying in South Dakota and little relief is expected in the next three months, State Climatologist Dennis Todey said Monday.
Weaker sales of bananas, other produce and prepared foods pulled Del Monte's revenue down in the second quarter, but net income rose 63 percent thanks to lower charges and expenses.
Paul Watson, the fugitive founder of environmental group Sea Shepherd, vowed Tuesday to continue disrupting Japan's whaling fleet when it heads for the southern oceans this winter, despite authorities in at least three countries seeking his arrest.