A 5-year-old child from the Philippines went viral as parents posted his pictures alongside his story of how he ordered in FoodPanda and left his parents shocked with the bill.
A Popeyes employee in Texas was fired after allegedly spitting in a police officer's food before it was served.
To help the culinary community, Austin Food & Wine Alliance (AFWA) revealed that it would have a statewide expansion to Texas' other major cities.
A boy is doing a mask aids to help feed hundreds of people in Kansas facing food insecurity.
Food aid boxes created by the U.S.Department of Agriculture now have an extra ingredient, a letter from President Donald Trump.
Food delivery customers have a bone to pick their delivery. However, several customers said that they have had issues with ordering and picking up their food on-demand.
Food stamp recertification wants to be reinstated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which will require already approved applicants for food stamps to prove that their income is low enough to maintain the benefits.
Feeding America food banks will mobilize this month to help bring an end to hunger, especially nowadays, that hunger impacts many people in every corner of the United States.
A woman from America showed off McDonald's hamburger and fries, which she kept for 24 years to reveal the treasured food's appearance. The burger and fries still look as good as new after more than two decades of being kept in a closet.
Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina pushes for food aid amid the increase of people who suffer food insecurity.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday warned the public about alcohol-based hand sanitizers being sold in containers and packages that may appear as food and drinks.
President Xi Jinping of China has started an "Operation Empty Plate" drive in mid-August to curb what he called "shocking and distressing" waste. Many are now asking if China is facing a food crisis.
A Chick-fil-A employee from northern California was fired after sharing a viral TikTok video that spilled restaurant secrets.
U.S senator Debbi Stabenow of Michigan warned on Tuesday that the USDA will not continue providing food program waivers unless Congress acts.
An unnamed woman infected with COVID-19 visited a Starbucks shop in Paju, South Korea, earlier this month and spread the virus to 56 other people who attended the store.