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Cashews Recalled Due to Pieces of Glass

Snyder's-Lance, Inc. recalls some of its Emerald 100 Calories Pack Roasted & Salted Cashew Halves & Pieces due to small pieces of glass.

U.S. Beef Prices Hit Record Highs

Food Poisoning Could Lead to Suicidal Tendencies

Scientists finally confirmed that T. gondii could cause behavioral changes such as self-directed aggression and other psychiatric disorders including suicidal tendencies.

Bernie Sanders Holds Town Hall Meeting In Wausau, Wisconsin

Old Video Shows Bernie Sanders Saying Food Lines a Good Thing: Can This Hurt Hillary Clinton Foe?

Political opponents of Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders uses Sanders' own words from a video 30 years ago to attack his candidacy.

Staple carbohydrates

Anti-Hunger Campaign Helps Gulf Coast Food Bank

A natiowide anti-hunger campaign done by Walmart helped a local Gulf Coast food bank.

Sri Lanka Seeks International Assistance to Develop War Ravaged Areas

FAO Suggests the Best Way to Address Inequality: Alleviate Hunger and Poverty

The rising level of inequality in wealth distribution or wealth gap is a source of concern among policy makers and economists. Food And Agriculture Organization (FAO) suggest that the best way to address inequality is to directly tackle the issues of hunger and poverty to effectively lift the poorest of the poor out of their misery.

Doug Ducey

Arizona Governor Signs Bill Exempting Potlucks from Food Safety Rules

Arizona Governor Dough Ducey has signed a bill that exempts potlucks and school veggies from food safety rules, making eating dangerously highly possible in the state by the end of July this year. This bill makes non-commercial potluck social events legal, provided they are outside workplace.

Food Waste

Latin America Food Waste Can Feed 33% of World’s Hungry Population

A recent report released by the United Nation's Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) stated that Latin America either lost or wasted foods up to 348,000 tons daily. This wastage, according to the global body, was making it difficult to achieve the sustainable development objectives (SDO) in this part of the globe.

Centers for Disease Control

Salmonella Infection Reaches CDC Lab

The CDC enhances its safety program in many ways including a prevention infographic that advises all of their workers to 'Leave the experiment inside the lab' in order to stay healthy outside the lab. However, the latest incident that occurs inside the center's laboratory may require CDC to consider its safety program once again

Chicken and Waffles

Nike Shoes Update: New Sneaker Features Premium Chicken and Waffles Dish

Everyone's favorite dish is the new 'menu' in Nike's skate boarding sneaker line, SB Dunk High.

Chipotle restaurant workers fill orders for customers on the day that the company announced it will only use non-GMO ingredients in its food on April 27, 2015 in Miami, Florida.

Chipotle Changes Menu to Jumpstart Customer Interest

Burrito chain Chipotle has been struggling with its sales following its recent food safety incidents. Hence, in order to jumpstart customer interest, the company is looking to add new craft beers to its drinks menu.

Best Of The Munchies: People's Choice Food Awards Hosted By Andrew Zimmern - 2015 Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Can UberEATS Answer All Your Seamless Despairs?

There's no debating the way that almost everybody living in New York City is dependent on Seamless for no less than a quarter of their week after week meals yet the world is not all daylight and soup dumplings. In spite of all the positive things about Seamless, there's bounty to whine about like long holds up, intermittent high minimums and delivery expenses and ghost restaurants.

Malnutrition And Maternal Mortality Rates In Afghanistan Among Highest In World

A Malnourished Boy’s Picture Shows the World the Realities of War

A five-month old Yemeni boy's pic shocks the world and finally exposes the realities of the plight of Yemenis affected by the Saudi-led airstrikes. The boy died two days after the picture was taken due to extreme malnutrition, attributed to the naval blockade and the destruction of the nation's infrastructures, disrupting food supply.

Trader Joe's

Retail Giant Price War: Trader Joe’s Sells Items Cheaper Than Whole Foods

Deutsche Bank analysts recently said that Trader Joe's is likely to be cutting prices, and this might pressure Whole Foods to announce an entire new pricing. Moreover, after checking 77 similar items at Trader Joe's New York outlet and comparing the prices with the items available at nearby Whole Foods concluded that, Joe's was selling items at roughly 26 percent cheaper.

Cuba Faces Historic Changes As Relations With U.S. Broaden

FDA Denies Fruits and Vegetable Entry Most Often

As a group, food and vegetables from abroad are the items most frequently denied entry by the FDA. The most common reason for fruits' rejection is "filth", while vegetable are most likely to be denied due to unacceptable pesticide residue levels.

FDA

FDA Faces Lawsuit Over Approval of Genetically Engineered Salmon

FDA is now facing a lawsuit due to its approval of Aquabounty's genetically engineered salmon. The plaintiffs, composed of various fishing and environmental groups, question the FDA's decision highlighting the possible dangers the GE fish could pose to wild salmon population.

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Food Biz
Studies say, Eating junk food is easy, but lots of it may lead to early death, heart disease

Studies say, Eating Junk Food is Easy, But Lots of it May Lead to Early Death, Heart Disease

Ultra-processed foods - think chips, cookies or your average fast-food meal - have been again and again tied to adverse health outcomes

Where to get free burgers and juicy bargains Tuesday: National Hamburger Day deals

Where to Get Free Burgers and Juicy Bargains Tuesday: National Hamburger Day Deals

May 28 is National Burger Day, aka National Hamburger Day, and the lesser-known National Brisket Day. It's also considered International Burger Day.

Food Tech
Cadence, the Kensington BYOB, is named Food & Wine’s best new restaurant of 2019

Cadence, the Kensington BYOB, is named Food & Wine’s best new restaurant of 2019

Philadelphia restaurants and restaurateurs have been racking up the national accolades in recent years, mainly for splashy destinations, such as Zahav and Vetri.

Fresh Water

Trade could be key to balancing conservation of freshwater sources and food security

Trade could be key to balancing conservation of freshwater sources and food security

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