Bison meat is lower in cholesterol than beef, hormone-free, steroid-free and antibiotic-free. A corporate chef at Ted's Montana Grill explains why consumers should eat more bison meat, and demonstrates how to prepare a tasty bison burger.
Thanksgiving is all about the turkey, but at one animal sanctuary in California, the turkeys are the ones getting the feast. The sanctuary's annual celebration draws hundreds of spectators and volunteers looking to watch the birds gorge on cranberries, veggies and even pumpkin pie.
The turkey is often the centerpiece of the traditional Thanksgiving dinner, with Americans gobbling up more than 700 million pounds of turkey every last week in November. But this season, Butterball says it has fewer large, fresh birds available for the holiday feast.
Everyone knows that too much fat and too much sugar can be harmful, but which one is worse? A new report claims that eating fatty foods may not be so bad for you after all, and that you should really worry about consuming too much sugar.
A drought in West Africa is impacting the price of cocoa, while wine production has dropped 5 percent. These factors mean that wine and chocolate lovers may be forced to open their pocket books a bit wider for their favorite desserts and drinks.
The McRib is one of McDonald's most successful limited-time promotions, but diners may not be as interested in lining up for the sandwich after seeing a photo posted on the Web of the McRib patty behind the scenes. The photo depicts a ghostly-gray rectangular patty.
Haiti currently has a 60-percent unemployment rate, but a new food-processing facility is creating jobs in food manufacturing and agriculture in the central plateau area of the country, which has lacked economic opportunity for decades.
The Smitten Ice Cream shop, located in San Francisco, Calif., is using a super-cold liquid nitrogen "Brrr" machine to create made-to-order ice cream. Nothing is frozen until the customer orders it, and everything is made from scratch in the shop.
Sam Calagione, Founder and President of Dogfish Head brewery, discusses his unique story of starting and growing a thriving craft-brewing business. Calagione says the fact that his company is "pint-sized" has contributed to its success.
Keizo Shimamoto left his career in finance four years ago and decided to perfect a unique culinary talent. Shimamoto, now known as the "Ramen Man," travels the globe creating his famous burgers, which are held between two special ramen "buns."
Women's Health magazine has compiled a list of 10 healthy, delicious foods that consumers can find in their grocery aisle. Keri Glassman, a contributor for Women's Health, reviews the tastiest options for shoppers searching for healthy snacks on the go.
Dr. Mark Hyman, medical director of The UltraWellness Center in Lenox, Mass., speaks with "CBS This Morning" about the FDA's recent decision to ban trans fats. The agency says removing trans fats from food products will help eliminate preventable deaths.
Superstorm Sandy hit the Red Hook Lobster Pound in New York hard. Co-owners Susan Povich and Ralph Gorham were faced with nearly half a million dollars in rebuilding costs. But one year later, the business is on its way to a bright future.
New studies indicate that people with high blood sugar levels may be more likely to have memory problems. Individuals who have type 2 diabetes may be more likely to experience dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. CBS News Marlie Hall reports.
Michael Moss, a reporter for the New York Times, set out to answer a question: What would it take for people to eat better? Moss enlisted advertising agency Victors and Spoils to help him answer this question by marketing a vegetable detested by many children — and adults: broccoli.
An agricultural revolution is growing in Egypt's desert. Faris Farrag says that his small aquaponic farm in the country's desert is already cash-flow positive, and he hopes to expand the practice to help feed millions in the dry region.
Scientists report that climate change is threatening our environment in a variety of ways. But Vermont's Snow Farm Vineyard, which sells 34,000 bottles of wine each year, says its grape production has benefited from the warmer weather in recent years.
Heineken USA President and CEO Dolf van den Brink explains to CNN Money how the company is innovating with alternatives to beer, as massive demand for the beverage wanes in developed markets. The company's new Radler is only 2 percent alcohol.
The FDA reports that more than 10 percent of imported spices are contaminated with bug parts or salmonella. Dr. Richard Besser, chief medical editor for ABC News, discusses the report and the possible risks facing consumers in the spice aisle.
Huy Fong Foods, the maker of Sriracha hot sauce, sold $60 million worth of product last year, and revenue is growing at a rate of 20 percent each year. But now the company is in hot water, as it is being sued by the city of Irwindale, Calif., over the strong chili odor emanating from the factory.