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Having Christmas Turkey? Washing Turkey May be a Food Risk, Plus Other Christmas Advice You Should Know

Are you planning to have turkey as your center piece roast for this very near Holiday Christmas event? Stop, read this article and think before you do anything to that turkey!

February 11, 2004. Madrid, Spain. Bottle of wine with cup of red wine and grapes.

Health Effects of Red Wine, Will Christmas be Red-Wine Friendly?

Who doesn't love red wine? Consumers like to pair it with meat and dessert, a romantic picnic staple or a top-off for a relaxing evening by the pool. What most people don't know is that red wine can be medicinal.


Know Your Beef: Here's What USDA Beef Grades Actually Mean

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approves all beef and ranks them according to tenderness, juiciness and flavour. Do you know what each grade means though?

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Want Better Diet? Canned Fruits and Vegetables Linked to Healthier Diet

In a recent U.S Study, it was found that people who eat canned fruits and vegetables may lead a healthier diet in life compared to those people who do not consume canned goods. Is that even possible?

CEO of Chipotle Company Apologizes and Vows to Be the “Safest Place to Eat”

Chipotle's New Food Safety Protocols, Starting From the Ground Up - Will This Zero Out Salmonella Outbreaks?

Chipotle has had a bad rap because of the many salmonella outbreaks it had to endure when it comes to food borne illnesses in these past six months. But the Mexican grill is trying it's best to make sure everything is clean and salmonella free.

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Fig & Olive Salmonella Outbreak: Possible Source from Items Not Made Fresh

In a recent salmonella outbreak from the Fig & Olive Restaurants in Washington earlier this fall reveals that the high end food chain is heavily dependent on pre-made and pre-cooked frozen from a supplier in New York.

Kohlrabi:Things You Must Know About an Odd Looking Member of the Cabbage Family

The Kohlrabi is an odd looking bulb which you'll most likely see at farmer's market or in CSA boxes.


Is Matcha Healthier Than Green Tea?

A recent study reported that the centuries-old Japanese type of tea, matcha, has been proven healthier than green tea.

World's most expensive meat

Get to Know the Man Who Sells The Most Pricey Meat in the World

Prime meat cuts is this man’s game. Meet Alexandre Polmard— the guy behind The Polmard boucherie in Paris St. Germain des Pres quarter which sells the world’s most expensive meat.

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Vegetarian Diet? Lettuce is 3 Times Worse than Bacon

Previously, Food World News reported that a vegetarian diet can be quite harmful for the environment because of green house gas emissions. And the green, crispy, leafy, lettuce is getting the bad rap for it.

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Weight Loss: Bacteria and Brown Fat Play Important Roles

There's another kind of fat - presumably the good kind since it helps burn the extra calories, produces hear and initiates weight loss.

Apple Retroduces ResearchKit

Food Safety Alert: Startup Takes Testing Out of Chemistry Lab

iPhones have advanced so much that they are being used in a number of medical applications. All sorts of apps are now available from screening to managing one's disease, however, this innovation may be the most advanced yet.


Coffee Or Tea? Here Are The Pros And Cons

Both coffee and tea provide a range of health benefits among regular drinkers. As people enjoy their time sipping on their favorite choice of beverage, one question still remains - which is better: coffee or tea?

Aspects Of The Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean Diet, A Healthy, Organic Award Winning Diet Lengthens Life

You may have tried diets that are found in books and exercise manuals but Princess Ngozi Kachikwu is an award winning author that has developed a global diet comprised of ethnic and cross culture foods that not only treats malnourished children but lengthens life.


The Use of Antibiotics in Cattles, Pigs and Chickens May Increase the Spread of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

Cows and other livestock are fed antibiotics at higher rates than ever before, causing antibiotic-resistance in meat.

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Chicago School Officials Address Junk Food

Latest Trend Show Soda Losing Its Appeal Fast

A recent Mintel study shows that a quarter of American no longer ordering soft drinks in restaurants compared to a year ago.

McDonald's Reports Record November Sales Up 14.9 Percent

Unusual McDonald's Outlet Offers No Seating For Patrons

A new McDonald's concept outlet has to dining area. Instead, it offers a 'walk up" window to serve customers on foot. Food from this particular McDonald's store are all ordered to go.

Stall Holders Brave The Extreme Cold To Sell Food On The Wintry Roads Of Siberia

Pineapple & Bubblegum Flavored Strawberries Launched in Australia

Raintree Nursery has launched pineberries (or pineapple flavored strawberries) and bubblegum flavored strawberries in Australia, which are absolutely "fabulous".

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Mmm... breakfast burrito

Burrit-OH! App: True Love Might Just Come With An Extra Hot Sauce

A new app wants you to find your perfect match solely based on burrito preferences.

Shake Shack Raises Prices For Upcoming IPO

Environmentally Conscious Canadian Creates An App For Budget Foodies

Feeling responsible for the planet, Pellegrini decided to make an app that could prevent leftover foods in eateries from making a trip to the landfill.

Planet Mars Shows Signs Of Liquid Water

Vegan Diet Could Attract Alien Activity

Cosmic mythologist and medical astrologist Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, posited that our diet as humans play an important role in attracting alien life into Earth.

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