Global beef production expected to be 61 million tons in 2017
Virtual Dining might just be the next big thing, with its outstanding promise of gastronomic indulgence sans the calories.
Independent testing detected traces of the herbicide glyphosate on its products marketed as "100% natural."
Too much ice in iced coffee is bad, for Starbucks at least. Recently, the Seattle-based coffee chain is facing a $5 million lawsuit for allegedly putting too much ice in its iced beverage offerings.
A new study shows that excessive sugar intake can cause brain damage on the genetic level. However, the same study found a way how to mitigate and even nullify sugar's effect.
Afraid of getting food poisoning? Thankfully, there are now new hi tech ways to detect and prevent the situation.
Trouble sleeping? Try these sleep inducing foods for a natural way of curing insomnia.
Believe it or not, researchers found that beer contain a compound that may actually promote weight loss.
Can omega 3 from fish oil or supplements address teenage behavioral problems?
McDonald's is testing a new McNuggets recipe that no longer contains artificial preservatives.
Some food may rival touted memory enhancing benefits of some food supplements.
Seattle-based Starbucks launches FoodShare, its food donation program that aims to give away all unsold food items from it U.S. outlets.
Major food companies are now smaller versions of their products sending the message that they want consumers to eat less.
Walmart ends two year partnership with Wild Oats Organic Brand. Instead, it wants its customers to buy its own Great Value store brand.
A recent Mintel study shows that a quarter of American no longer ordering soft drinks in restaurants compared to a year ago.
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.
Raintree Nursery has launched pineberries (or pineapple flavored strawberries) and bubblegum flavored strawberries in Australia, which are absolutely "fabulous".
A new app wants you to find your perfect match solely based on burrito preferences.
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.
Cosmic mythologist and medical astrologist Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, posited that our diet as humans play an important role in attracting alien life into Earth.