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European Union members are concerned that its plan to create the world's largest free-trade area with the U.S. could compromise European standards for food safety, among other issues.
Foodie Tout offers its clients help with everything from ingredient sourcing to social media marketing.
North Carolina's hard cider producers are reaping the benefits of the growing trend, but regulations and taxes are posing obstacles.
Grass-fed beef cattle growers in New York are joining forces to expand business and expedite getting their fresh meat to market.
The ubiquitous customer loyalty punch card has a new business-boosting platform.
A.G. Ferrari reopened three locations in San Francisco this weekend, following a temporary closure to refresh store designs.
A new grocery store in Berlin is drawing attention less for what it has than for what it lacks: any and all disposable packaging.
A craft beer business has become the first to take advantage of a new equity crowdfunding law in Wisconsin.
Purely Elizabeth’s line of ancient grain oatmeals and hot cereals is expanding with new items and packaging options in 2015.
Marley Coffee will develop a line of coffee pods for Sparkling Drink Systems International's ViBEration carbonation appliance.
The Colorado Brewers Guild and the Colorado Tourism Office launched a branding and marketing campaign to promote the state's craft beer offerings.
Schools have discovered a way to get kids to eat their vegetables—by offering them an array of options.
The turnout for the People's Climate March on Sunday in New York City was upwards of 400,000 participants, rallying for a sustainable future, from land preservation to animal welfare to renewable energy.
Exo, a startup that develops snack foods using insects as a protein source, raised $1.2 million from a group of investors to get the word out about its products on a national scale.
Winemakers of Italy's famed Tuscany region are in uproar over the government's new rural preservation plan that restricts the planting of grape vines.
Kontos Foods, Inc., will expand its Greek and Mediterranean foods line to Bermuda, the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.
Spoonable has expanded into a dedicated kitchen space in the Pfizer Building in Brooklyn, N.Y., alongside other small, artisanal food companies.
Six of Oregon Growers & Shippers all-natural fruit spreads will be launching in the Rocky Mountain region of Whole Foods in September.
The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization is promoting a way to adapt food production to a changing climate: climate-smart agriculture.
New challenges, from rising competition to climate troubles, are forcing California's wine industry to implement changes.
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