McDonald's is testing a new McNuggets recipe that no longer contains artificial preservatives.
Some food may rival touted memory enhancing benefits of some food supplements.
Seattle-based Starbucks launches FoodShare, its food donation program that aims to give away all unsold food items from it U.S. outlets.
Major food companies are now smaller versions of their products sending the message that they want consumers to eat less.
Walmart ends two year partnership with Wild Oats Organic Brand. Instead, it wants its customers to buy its own Great Value store brand.
Instead of going to the psychologist for a prescription of anxiety reducing drugs, it would be best to first try to cure anxiety with foods known to reduce its symptoms.
Dunkin' Donuts New Loyalty Reward Program Challenges Starbucks: Will It Entice Angry Starbucks Customers?
Dunkin' Donuts is taking advantage of the negative reaction among Starbucks customers unhappy with the changes in Starbucks' loyalty reward program.
Cheerios' tweet dew negative reactions from Prince's fans.
A restaurant in London will allow diners to eat without their clothes on.
Coca Cola recently announced that they will be introducing a single visual identity for all its brands. Additionally, the soft drink giant has also planned to rename Coke Zero to Coca Cola Zero Sugar to help consumers choose better.
Nestle, in a recent strategic move announced that it will switch to non GMO ingredients, natural colors, simpler ingredients and reduce the fructose content in more than 100 products.
The popular Austin Food & Wine Festival, which would be in its fifth year, has been canceled due to present and anticpated weather conditions.
Futurist Ray Kurzweil predicts that by 2045, technological breakthroughs will be sufficient for the human race to live indefinitely and offers his 700 calorie breakfast as a means to reach that period.
Mc Donalds wants to deliver the perfectly sized Big Mac to its customers by offering bigger and smaller versions.
Daily alcohol limit recommendation vary between countries, This makes these guidelines extremely doubtful for alcohol consumers. Is there really a safe daily drinking limit at all?