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Chobani will receive a $750 million investment from TPG.
Vermont's legislature has passed a bill that will require food labeling for products made with genetically modified crops.
The new Royal Harvest branded line of natural maraschino cherries, produced by grower-owned cooperative Oregon Cherry Growers, has passed the independent verification process by the Non-GMO Project.
Restaurants are hoping to draw diners with peace of mind. As consumers take greater interest in a wide range of issues, from health and allergens to ethical agriculture and food safety, eateries are responding with a boost in menu claims that reflect those trends.
Lollyphile has added beer-flavored lollipops to its line of blue cheese and Sriracha bacon–flavored pops.
A study published in the Marine Policy journal revealed that 32 percent of imported wild shrimp, crab, salmon, pollock, tuna and other catch are poached.
Josh Tetrick, founder and CEO of San Francisco food lab Hampton Creek Foods, is on a mission. “We don’t want to be the same as a chicken egg,” he says. “We want to be better.” His team has done just that by creating Beyond Eggs, ...
Changing the shape of popular chocolate confections can also change their appeal—and not for visual reasons. As it turns out, shape determines how quickly chocolate melts in the mouth, which affects the order and speed that food molecules are released on the tongue and into ...
Master sommelier Richard Betts is on a mission to simplify the world of wine with his new book, The Essential Scratch & Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert. Featuring 16 different scents found in red and white wine, Betts’ book divides the drink into ...
Parents do listen to kids’ food desires—especially in the portion-pack beverage category—making 80 percent of their purchases with direct influence from their children, according to research conducted by Tetra Pak. A full 55 percent of planned purchases are specifically made based on kids’ requests. And ...
As we near the end of 2013—which the U.N. declared as International Year of Quinoa—there’s time to try out relevant products like Fair, the only fair-trade vodka made from organic Bolivian quinoa. The ancient-grain vodka, which retails for about $35 a bottle, has been available ...
Baseball stadiums were the first to bring top-notch food to their patrons but now, NFL venues are catching up. Stadiums for the Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans have lured some of the biggest names in food to transform their menus, including Philadelphia’s Jose ...
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