Coca-Cola officials vowed to be more transparent about the company’s research funding but criticized a recent report for creating "confusion" about its practices.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is preparing to stockpile a bird flu vaccine as the agency...
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China's Boyalife Group and South Korea's Sooam Biotech recently announced plans to develop the world's largest cloning center in Tianjin next year. The $500 million complex would produce up to 1 million cloned beef embryos annually, with a goal of eventually supplying the country with 5 percent of its beef.
It turns out, they grew into really nice guys who not only are still making music, they also are pleasantly obsessed with craft beer. So obsessed, in fact, that they've launched their own, a pale ale.
The National Chicken Council on Monday released new national survey findings on consumers' perceptions about chicken production, revealing that nearly 80 percent of Americans mistakenly believe that chicken contains added hormones or steroids, when in fact no chicken sold or raised in the U.S. is given hormones or steroids.
Alaska seafood has not been tainted by the Fukushima nuclear disaster four years ago, according to test results announced Monday by a state agency.
The Global Energy Balance Network said on its website Monday night that it is "discontinuing operations due to resource limitations." The decision was effective immediately.
Monsanto Co. plans to make its operations carbon neutral by 2021, in part by working with farmers who use its products to help them reduce carbon emissions, the company's CEO told The Associated Press.
Spice maker McCormick & Co. on Tuesday said Lawrence E. Kurzius will succeed Alan D. Wilson as the company's CEO effective in February.
Fusion Tech Integrated, a custom metal fabrication company specializing in the food processing industry, announced today that is has acquired Cove Equipment, a provider of shredders, slicers, dicers, and smokehouses with Total-Flow-Control technology.
Anheuser-Busch InBev could sell two of SABMiller's prominent European beer brands in order to clear their proposed merger with regulators.
Although the vast majority of manufacturers recognize the growing importance of digital technologies and product services, relatively few are maximizing those opportunities, according to a recent survey.
Why this almost century-old company is venturing into the health food industry.
Supporters of a measure that would exempt some small-time farmers and ranchers from food safety rules are pointing to a small Utah farm blocked by state regulators from selling turkeys this Thanksgiving as an example of regulations they see as burdensome.
Taylor Farms Pacific Inc. of Tracy, California, has recalled a mix of diced celery and onion used in Costco chicken salad and other foods containing celery "out of an abundance of caution," the Food and Drug Administration said in a statement Thursday.
The first-of-its-kind rule, which takes effect Tuesday, will require a salt-shaker emblem on some sandwiches, salads and other menu items that top the recommended daily limit of 2,300 milligrams — about a teaspoon — of sodium.
Russia will restrict imports of Turkish fruit and vegetables as part of a package of new sanctions following the downing of a Russian warplane by Turkey last week.
Only 1,200 people live in Kansas' smallest county, where using irrigation to quench thirsty crops is no longer an option for many because the water source underneath this flat, arid prairie is nearly exhausted due to decades of overuse.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling several cheeses imported from Scotland due to possible Listeria contamination.
The U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service released its final rule last week on a new inspection process for catfish and other ray-finned fish species that's scheduled to start in March.
Poultry exported to Europe from factories in Thailand is sometimes prepared in conditions that violate labor rights, two Scandinavian groups promoting corporate responsibility charged last week.
Urban farms are being evicted from center cities across the nation where they've become a much-remarked-on driver of urban revival in recent years, having brought healthy food, commerce and eye-pleasing greenery to dreary neighborhoods.