Food Safety
North America Hit with Another Salmonella Outbreak

Salmonella Outbreak Led to Eagles Roost Sports Bar Close Down

Eagles Roost, a sports bar in Irvine, Kentucky recently closed down because of salmonella outbreak. Initially, it has been reported that at least 60 people suffered from the salmonella outbreak. The number has gone up to 100 as of this writing. Before the outbreak, a diner of the sports bar wrote on Eagles Roost Sports Bar official Facebook account, quote “Need to work on atmosphere and quality of food preparation...hopefully they will be able to tweak a lot of issues.”

Liquor

List of Foods That Never Expire: What You Don't Have to Throw Away

Before going to the store, we usually check our cupboards looking for what is missing and make a sensible rundown. But all of a sudden when we arrive, we see things on the rack and it's as though the world coatings over. While there are obviously approaches to make your more delicate purchases last, there are a few things you can buy and pack away for the end of the world without uneasiness of spoilage.

Study Links Cocoa To Lower Blood Pressure In Men

The Lifetime Ban of Ovaltine: Details Here!

Ovaltine is your malted milk powder. The popularity of Ovaltine has reached the U.S. having Nestle as its manufacturer. Ovaltine may not have solved the planet's nutrition problems, but it has nutritional value since four teaspoons of Ovaltine mixed with 8 ounces of skim milk provides a solid helping of vitamins A, C, D, B1, B2, and B6, as well as niacin and phosphorous. Fat content is zero. Then comes the ban of Ovaltine.

pancakes

Coffee Pancakes: New All-American Breakfast

You wake up in the morning and you want to eat pancakes. You're going to be late for work, you're lazy and hungry, so you decide it's either that you make pancakes or brewed coffee. You no longer need to choose now because a Brandeis biophysicist named Dan Perlman has a new invention: the easy to use coffee flour that makes your coffee pancakes!

Carrots

Foods to Help Avoid Sun-Damaged Skin

The foods we eat significantly affect our bodies' capacity to stay healthy. Ensure you're eating enough of the right foods year-round particularly during the summer season when we tend to uncover more of our skin to the sun's beams.

In this photo illustration Mars and Snickers chocolate bars are seen on February 23, 2016 in Bristol, England. Mars Inc., which owns both brands, has announced a recall of chocolate products in 55 countries following the discovery of bits of plastic in a

Mars Recalls Chocolates From 55 Countries: Plastic Found in Snickers Bar

In a significant development, Mars Inc. has recalled various chocolate bars from 55 countries following the discovery of plastic in one of the company's products. The move comes in the wake of a customer in Germany discovering plastic bits in a Snickers bar in January. During investigations, it was revealed that the bar containing plastic was produced at Mars factory in Veghel in the Netherlands.

Chicken

Foods You Should Never Eat Uncooked

The earliest people used appendix whose main reason was to process cellulose. Now that it's minimal, certain food that are high in cellulose should be removed and aren't eatable by any means. Yet, there are reasons why several foods should be cooked before eating and the way that they can't be digested is only one of them.

Supreme Court To Hear Abortion Rights Case

Important Supreme Court Rulings that Affect the Food We Eat Today

Most of us don't think about how the Supreme Court can affect our food, but here are 5 cases that changed the food scene forever.

Workers Makes Rice Noodles At A Noodle Workshop In Chongqing

Washington State Requires Noodles and Rice Cakes Refrigerated

Washington state now requires fresh noodles and rice cakes to be refrigerated. Asian chefs are now in the process of asking the local Board of Health to reconsider

New Study Links Coffee Consumption To Reduction In Liver Disease

Joule Bracelet Encourages Coffee Drinkers To Wear Caffeine

How many times you spend money on caffeine fix? Now that the magical bracelet is here, you can give up that brew and avoid coffee-crash mornings.

Veterans Secretary, Entrepreneur Feed Homeless Vets

Expert-Guide To Reheating Your 6 Favorite Foods

There are times when you reheat a food in microwave and it doesn't come as tasty as the first time around. Indeed, there are candidates of food that are better reheated with oven or stove than in your microwave.

Tokyo Named As The Most Expensive City, Osaka Follows

India Removes Japanese Food Imports off Scanners

Food Safety and Standards Authority (FSSAI) of India, Japanese food imports will no longer be monitored for radioactive contamination

New Safeway Opens With Focus On Organic Goods

Supermarket Sells Expired Food... and People Love It!

A supermarket in Denmark is actually selling expired food...and people are loving the idea!

Oktoberfest 2014 - Opening Day

Are You an American Public Drinker?

ItYou might be craving for a cold beer after work and want to just grab one at your one-stop shop and drink while you’re walking to your way home.

Matcha Latte

Matcha is the Premium Green Tea, Only a Lot Healthier

Your traditional green tea is underrated because one serving of matcha tea is the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of regularly brewed green tea. Matcha, Your Premium Green Tea is a Lot Healthier Than Your Typical Green Tea!

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Attitudes to food waste in Russia

Throwing out food: Attitudes to food waste in Russia

Throwing out food: Attitudes to food waste in Russia

5 Foods That Will Help Detoxing From Alcohol

5 Foods That Will Help Detoxing From Alcohol

5 Foods That Will Help Detoxing From Alcohol

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Disease-resistant apples perform better than old favorites

Disease-resistant apples perform better than old favorites

New tool could help maintain quality during cheese production

New tool could help maintain quality during cheese production

New tool could help maintain quality during cheese production

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