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VIDEO: As Cereals Crumble, a Battle Over Breakfast Items Begin

July 25, 2014 | by CBS This Morning | Comments

What are consumers eating for breakfast? Studies show morning eating habits are changing because of concerns of carbohydrates. Breakfast eaters are calling out for protein, instead. Consumers want frozen or fast food egg sandwiches and yogurt.

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VIDEO: Is the Alcohol Industry Getting Too Sweet?

July 29, 2014 11:00 am | by The Lempert Report

A growing trend is taking hold in the alcohol industry — excessively sweet drinks. Millennials, in particular, are fans of the sweet, fruity drink. Thus, brands are bringing forth many new options to the marketplace to satisfy the growing consumer demand.

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VIDEO: 5 Produce a Day, the Ugly Way

July 22, 2014 8:10 am | by Marcel

Consumers are encouraged to eat five fruits and vegetables a day, which can be costly. More than 300 million tons of imperfect produce is thrown away each year. Now, Intermarché, a grocery chain in France, sells the "hideous" produce to fight food waste.

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VIDEO: Which Country is the Top Player in Food Innovation?

July 21, 2014 8:00 am | by Sanderson Group

Which country claims the most food and beverage manufacturing innovations? A quick look at the food and drink sector reveals why the United Kingdom and the United States are at the top of the class in innovation. Is it the frozen dinner or the microwave that takes the prize?

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VIDEO: Weird Al Sings on the Importance of Food Safety

July 18, 2014 8:00 am | by CollegeHumor

Weird Al Yankovich parodies pop-singer Lorde's "Royals" with a song whose first verse emphasizes the importance of food safety. Yankovich's song "Foil" in his new album "Mandatory Fun" also includes a cameo by the popular comedian Patton Oswalt.

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VIDEO: 40 Percent of All Food is Thrown Away

July 17, 2014 8:00 am | by Sealed Air

Fifty million tons of food is wasted every year in the United States alone. A recent study, however, shows that American consumers are more concerned about food waste in the U.S. than air pollution, water shortages, climate change and genetically modified foods.

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VIDEO: Can Traceability Prevent Seafood Fraud?

July 16, 2014 8:00 am | by Lexicon of Sustainability

Did you know one third of all fish you buy isn't what you think it is? Approximately 57 percent of the time, what is labeled as White Tuna is actually Escolar, a fish that is dangerous enough to cause serious health concerns. So, what's the solution to seafood fraud?

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VIDEO: Wild Turkey Distiller Reveals Secrets to Success

July 15, 2014 8:20 am | by USA Today

Jimmy Russell, master distiller of Wild Turkey and worker since 1954, speaks to USA Today's "The Street" host about 60 years of the bourbon business. Russell says Wild Turkey has become an enduring brand by making its product the old fashioned way.

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VIDEO: Milk Journeys From Farm to You in 48 Hours

July 14, 2014 9:36 am | by MidwestDairy

How long does it take fresh milk to get from the farm to your table? In this video from Midwest Dairy, find out what duties and processes take place before you pick up that gallon of milk at the store. Take a look at milk's journey of 48 hours in 48 seconds.

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VIDEO: What Shapes Will the Food of the Future be?

July 11, 2014 8:40 am | by RAI

When the food industry begins to produce food, the need to study specific formats becomes essential. Simple shapes that have entered common usage such as the chocolate bar, ravioli, or the ice cream cone were created by considering the aesthetics of the food we eat. 

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VIDEO: What's Behind the Beef Price Hike?

July 10, 2014 8:05 am | by CBS This Morning

USDA beef prices have jumped to $5.45 per pound, compared to $4.88 per pound at this time last year. So what's causing beef prices to rise? The LJ Ranch in Logan, Kansas, for example, said it has the lowest amount of cow numbers since 1952. 

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Video: Colbert on Domino's Smart Slice Pizza for Schools

July 9, 2014 8:00 am | by The Colbert Report

Stephen Colbert, host of the late-night comedy show "The Colbert Report," pokes fun at Domino's attempt to make nutritious food to fit Michelle Obama's school lunch rules. The pizza chain introduced a Smart Slice that has one third less fat, salt and cheese.

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VIDEO: Smart Grill Talks, Texts When Food is Ready

July 8, 2014 10:26 am | by CNNMoney

Lynx Grills, a technology company that makes grills, developed a concept grill that has the technology of a smart device. Called a Smart Grill, the grill is a voice recognition product that communicates back to you via voice and text when it needs you to do something.

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VIDEO: Dispenser Puts Every Single Draft Beer Inside Your Kitchen

July 7, 2014 10:07 am | by SYNEK

Are you a savvy beer drinker? The reinvention of beer packaging is here. SYNEK is the world's first portable tap beer dispenser allowing for unlimited varieties of craft beer right inside your kitchen. You can now enjoy your draft beer wherever there's an outlet.

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VIDEO: The Golden Age of Organics

July 3, 2014 8:00 am | by TheLempertReport

A study by the OTA shows that organic products, including condiments, snack foods, meat and fish are up significantly in sales compared to last year. However, there is no research to show whether or not organic foods are any healthier than conventional foods.

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VIDEO: The Nutty Seed That's Driving Americans Crazy

July 2, 2014 8:22 am | by PBS FoodBuzz

Did you know the UN called 2013 the year of quinoa? What is it about this nutty seed that has so many people in a craze? Its origins can be traced back to South America, where it was cultivated and used by pre-columbian civilizations between 3000-5000 B.C.

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VIDEO: 'Cereal and Milk' Performance by The Roots

July 1, 2014 8:30 am | by KelloggsUS

Grammy Award-winning group The Roots performs the Kellogg's "Cereal and Milk" song at the Kellogg's Recharge Bar in New York City. The group used milk and cereal inspired instruments while performing, including bowls, spoons and milk jugs. 

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VIDEO: Packaging Makes ‘Soup for You!’ Viable

June 30, 2014 8:30 am | by TheLempertReport

There's no question that food packaging has evolved in a major way. So, how do you make foods taste great and not require expensive refrigeration or freezing? At the recent FMI convention we found one brand who is embracing just that: Soupman.

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VIDEO: Get Your Protein From Crickets

June 27, 2014 8:10 am | by NBC News

Bitty Foods makes food products based on cricket flour. Founder Megan Miller says the flour is sustainable and high in protein. The flour is made up of crickets that have been dry roasted and ground up into a fine powder and put into food products, such as cookies.

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VIDEO: The Salty Truth About Sodium

June 26, 2014 8:30 am | by NBC News

About 90 percent of Americans eat more salt than is recommend, but how much is too much? Dr. Snyderman says it's a false statement that healthy foods don't contain sodium. The American Health Association says foods like seafood and lentils contain more sodium than you think.

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VIDEO: Researchers Put the Crunch Back into Vegetables

June 25, 2014 9:31 am | by Reuters

When frozen and defrosted, spinach leaves wilt, but Lund University scientists say they have the answer with a natural sugar. The cells are kept alive longer, making it possible for farmers to harvest and freeze their products for months at a time.

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