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Former Peanut Corporation of America owner Stewart Parnell and food broker Michael Parnell were convicted of several counts of conspiracy, fraud and introducing misbranded food into commerce with the intent to defraud or mislead in connection to a 2009 salmonella outbreak that killed nine people ...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a revised rule that affects brewers that give or sell spent grain to farmers for feed.
Oyster farming is gaining in popularity and profit.
The city of Birmingham, Ala., is considering creating mobile food markets, made from repurposed transit authority buses.
Over 36 percent of advertising class action complaints were in the food and beverage sector in the first two quarters of 2014, while another 12 percent were in the dietary supplement industry, according a whitepaper from Bryan Cave LLP.
Blue Bottle Coffee will launch an online subscription food delivery service.
Life-science experts are helping breweries detect batch-ruining bacteria sooner rather than later.
Holly Baking’s line of gourmet cookies, biscotti and gluten-free licorice is now available for consumers to purchase online through their revamped website.
California has approved new olive oil quality standards.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will start requiring employers to notify the government of an injury sustained at work within 24 hours of the incident beginning in January.
The New Hampshire state legislature is looking into writing a bill that would allow multiple farm stands to create storefronts without being considered retail locations.
Ben & Jerry’s may change the name of its “Hazed & Confused” ice cream after anti-hazing activists voiced concern that the flavor belittled the problem on college campuses.
HowGood launched a mobile app that rates food products on their sustainability, social impact, environmental friendliness and healthfulness that can be used by food co-ops and grocers for a subscription.
As part of an effort to protect an endangered species, China, South Korea and Taiwan agreed to reduce eel hauls by 20 percent for a year beginning in November.
Beaverton Foods, an 85-year-old specialty condiments manufacturer, is introducing three products to the U.K. marketplace--Extra Hot Jalapeno Mustard, Sweet Hot Mustard and Wasabi Horseradish.
Haven's Candies in Westbrook, Maine, was acquired by Erin Collins, a Freeport, Maine, resident who was in the financial services industry for 15 years.
Buffalo, N.Y. native Mick Fink, owner of It's My Mom's, has a dilemma few lucky startups would eschew: He can't fill the national demand for his only product, Snow Crunch Snack Mix.
General Mills will allow Annie's Homegrown to continue operating with autonomy.
Seaweed has been used for many years as a fertilizer for crops and a thickening agent in foods such as ice cream, but scientists are looking for ways to make it an even more valuable crop.
The WhiteWave Foods Company will acquire So Delicious Dairy Free from Wasserstein & Co. for $195 million in cash.
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