Virtual Dining might just be the next big thing, with its outstanding promise of gastronomic indulgence sans the calories.
Independent testing detected traces of the herbicide glyphosate on its products marketed as "100% natural."
Too much ice in iced coffee is bad, for Starbucks at least. Recently, the Seattle-based coffee chain is facing a $5 million lawsuit for allegedly putting too much ice in its iced beverage offerings.
Afraid of getting food poisoning? Thankfully, there are now new hi tech ways to detect and prevent the situation.
A new study shows that excessive sugar intake can cause brain damage on the genetic level. However, the same study found a way how to mitigate and even nullify sugar's effect.
Trouble sleeping? Try these sleep inducing foods for a natural way of curing insomnia.
McDonald's is testing a new McNuggets recipe that no longer contains artificial preservatives.
Can omega 3 from fish oil or supplements address teenage behavioral problems?
Believe it or not, researchers found that beer contain a compound that may actually promote weight loss.
Reasons why one should include cinnamon in one's daily diet.
Some food may rival touted memory enhancing benefits of some food supplements.
Major food companies are now smaller versions of their products sending the message that they want consumers to eat less.
Seattle-based Starbucks launches FoodShare, its food donation program that aims to give away all unsold food items from it U.S. outlets.
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.
Although an international rock star, Prince was intensely private outside his public life.