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Tricked By Prank Caller, Burger King Workers Break Windows To Relieve 'Gas Pressure'

A whooper prank was pulled off by a prank caller who convinced employees of a Burger King Minneapolis outlet to break the restaurant's glass windows, else the place explodes.

Salmon Harvests are Expected to Drop in Alaska

Alaska's Salmon Fisheries Expects Fewer Harvest But Higher Market Prices in 2016

Alaska's fishing output is expected to be lower this year.

Coffee Shop Drinks Found To Contain Excessive Amounts Of Sugar

Starbucks Customer Reacts Toward Diabetes Note, Company Issues Apology For Rude Message

A Starbucks customer was shocked when his coffee came with an unusual note saying, "DIABETES HERE I COME."

Venezuelan Crisis Escalates As Long Gas Lines Return

The Looming Food Crisis and Economic Collapse in Venezuela

Longer food lines now seem to be the norm in the Latin American country with its government unable to pay to import even the basic food commodities such as milk, flour and eggs.

Newark Offers Free Health Screenings For Homeless

422 Million Worldwide Now Diabetic, Says WHO

The recent World Health Organization announcement paints a grim picture on the current diabetes crisis slowly gripping the planet's population. In some areas, as high as 13.7 percent of the local population already have the disease.

Government Proposes Improving Nutrition Facts Labeling On Food Products

Food Labels Should Include the Exercise Equivalent Needed to Burn its Calories

A UK researcher is pushing for a new type of labeling in an effort to combat obesity. Called physical activity calorie equivalents labeling, it will show the number of minutes one needs to do a specific exercise such as walking or running to expend the calories contained in the food item to be labeled.

NASA Offers Tour Of Its Offshore Membrane Enclosure For Growing Algae (OMEGA) System

Spirulina: Is This Algae the Next Superfood?

The omega-3, vitamin-rich Spirulina is now taking an advantage of the city's high-rise buildings and vehicle's CO2 to grow.

Kellogg Company To Buy Krafts Nabisco Fruit Snacks Manufacturing Facility

Capri Sun News: Artificial Drink Company Launches USDA Certified Organic Juice Drink

Capri Sun, the refreshingly tasty yet classy fruit drink is now back in a new format, with organic ingredients.

Blue Bell Creameries Recalls All Products After Listeria Contamination

Blue Bell Ice Cream Recall: Ice Cream Cites Listeria Poisoning as Major Reason

Almost a year after the different delicious flavors of Blue Bell Ice cream was called off the shelf, the ice cream manufacturer has tracked a prime source of listeria outbreak to a floor drain in a store room at its Oklahoma plant.

Monsanto's New BioAg: Can It Really Tackle Food Shortage and Mend the Company's Damaged Reputation?

Monsanto's New BioAg: Can it Really Solve Food Shortage?

Monsanto's partnership with Danish firm Novozymes is set to propel biological farming, or the use of microbes instead of chemicals to boost productivity, on a global scale. But is it the answer to the projected food shortage?

A herd of cows feed on the 'pad' after being milked at a dairy farm on April 18, 2012 in Morrinsville, New Zealand. Raw milk sales are growing as more people are educating themselves on what they believe healthy food is.

Raw Milk Warnings Push Louisiana Lawmakers to Amend Law

While lawmakers in Louisiana are considering whether they should allow sales of raw milk on-farm, health officials in Tennessee and Utah are voicing the federal warning issued in March regarding the threat of consuming raw milk, as they are prone to cause outbreaks and deaths.

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Koreatown: Your Guide to Cooking Korean Dish in America

Chef Deuki Hong from the NYC's Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong restaurant feels the need to record his cooking journey inspired by his motherland.

Guests enjoying ice cream cake during the Baskin-Robbins 70th birthday celebration on Dec. 8, 2015 in Burbank, California.

Food Packaging May Cause Overeating, Says Study

Findings of a recent study suggest that the lip smacking photographs on food packaging may possibly result in customers eating more than a standard recommended serving.

House Holds Hearing On Major Egg Recall Due To Salmonella

New Stanford University Center Targets Salmonella With $10M Grant

A new center in the Stanford University has recently received a $10 million grant to use against Salmonella, the bacteria that causes more than 100 million infections annually.

Wal-Mart Prepares For Black Friday Shopping Rush

Wal-Mart Fights Hunger Campaign, Second Harvest Reaps Benefits

Wal-Mart has recently launched the ‘Fight Hunger. Spark Change’ campaign throughout their stores in Northwest North Carolina, including Elkin and Mount Airy, which is a nationwide initiative calling the public to take action in the fight against hunger.

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