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Extending its push for stricter naming conventions on American-made foods, the European Union is now aiming for the meat market.
Connecticut lawmakers passed legislation that would increase the state's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour by 2017.
A growing interest in unique, exotic offerings has brought plenty of attention to Amazonian superfoods and a variety of South American cuisines.
The seafood industry has been unable to organize major marketing campaigns to promote fish consumption, efforts that paid off for the beef and pork industries.
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.
Arabica coffee prices for May delivery increased to a 26-month high to about $2.12 a pound, up 7.7 percent, on the ICE Futures U.S. exchange.
Occasional wine consumption may prevent kidney disease, and improve heart health among those who already suffer from kidney problems, according to a study by the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center.
A chocolate milk ban in Oregon elementary schools may have led to a drop in fat-free white milk consumption, according to a study by Cornell University's Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs.
This 16-year-old bakery, in a bustling New York City market, feeds a handful of restaurants and a steady line of local patrons. Sarabeth Levine, an energetic septuagenarian, continues to gain speed, just like the brand that has borne her name for 30 years.
Some of the world’s finest and freshest foods come through this century-old wholesaler and retailer’s Massachusetts warehouse. And if the owners can’t find what a customer needs, they’ll grow it.
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