There are misleading claims about what's called 'healthy' by the manufacturers. The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior explains the vague in such marketing that often leads to misconception.
The new warning by the Food and Drug Administration might change the way you deep-fry your French fries.
Often storing food is a major problem. Plastics commonly used to store leftover foods do not keep the food viable for long periods, as they are not effective enough to protect the edibles from oxygen. Keeping this issue in mind, scientists at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed an environment-friendly packaging material.
It's essential to comprehend what's in our food, to be instructed and smart buyers and to be responsible parents who give our kids great and healthy food. However, toward the day's end, in case you're stressing about the treat your little girl brought home from a party since it was covered in icing, then it's simply not worth it, despite any potential benefits.
Top conglomerates of food industry have been in the business for decades but with the advent of “edible” startups, analysts see a decline in the traditional way of patronizing food industries, instead it shifts its eyes to food startups! It also means that for huge established food brands doing the same thing all over again, they must come out, explore and innovate. Otherwise, the startup companies will surely dominate the market as it does now.
A disquieting video apparently showing an employee urinating all over the food production line of a plant belonging to Kellogg's Cereals has gone viral. Although the company has pulled down the 47-second clip originally posted on WorldStarUncut.com, it can be seen below this article.
A recently published study has reignited the long running Splenda issue - is it or is it not safe?
An ordinary home contains a normal of 3 to 10 gallons of harmful materials as household cleaning items alone. In view of these poisonous items found in innumerable products from furniture to child things and gadgets, it's anything but difficult to see why a few specialists warn that many are prone to be presented to hazardous levels of chemicals.
Constance Georgostathis, the daughter of an Ohio woman who is currently recovering from a coma following consumption of listeria-tainted Dole salad in January, which claimed one life and made 18 others sick prompting the company to recall bagged greens in 23 states, has filed a federal lawsuit last week accusing the food manufacturer of neglect in failing to fulfill the federal as well as state food safety laws.
It's important to check leftovers before serving them into your dining table. Give it a sniff, search for any indications of mold and in the event that it passes the scent and sight test, next will be the taste. Knowing to what extent and what to check for can spare you and your family from foodborne sicknesses.
The supermarket prepared meal market has grown into a $29 billion annual industry fueled mainly by customers' growing concern for healthy eating and the convenience offered by these ready to eat meals. Consumer Reports investigated some of these prepared meals to check if they are really as healthy as perceived.
From the Maggi noodles scare in India last year, now comes another food scare from Nestle’s frozen food contamination in North America.
Nestle recalls DiGiorno pizzas after glass fragments were found embedded in two batches.
After work, your colleague invites you for a bottle of beer. Your idea of beer is that it’s an unhealthy beverage; it also leaves you a beer belly. Normally, you would choose to drink wine because of the “One glass of wine a day” PR that bombards us everywhere. It’s time that we know that beer has also its amazing health benefits when taken moderately.
The USDA released its latest nutritional guidelines early this year. Read on to find what changed and what remained healthy according to the federal government.