The Institute for Responsible Technology has released a report proposing a link between genetically modified foods and gluten-related disorders.
One high school student set out to reveal whether kosher meat matched how some shoppers perceive it.
The jury is still out on whether the Affordable Care Act—known by many as “Obamacare”—will result in huge consequences on businesses in the food industry.
The nation's largest food-scrap recycling facility will soon begin production in San Jose, Calif.
Food manufacturing companies ramped up production of basic food items to ensure stable supply in the Philippines.
Alice Waters uses food to send a social message.
Specialty food producers, retailers and restaurateurs are remembering Charlie Trotter.
The Natural Products Consulting Institute offers its seminar and networking event, Becoming a More Effective Sales Manager in the Natural and Specialty Channels, on December 10 and 11 in Boston.
Trotter is remembered as a man of great passion, determination and skill, who put Chicago on the world food map.
A Morgan Stanley report released last week said worldwide wine demand exceeded supply by nearly 300 million cases in 2012.
Mexican lawmakers declared that chocolate will be considered "junk food" and will be subject to an extra 8 percent tax.
Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of the ballot initiative in Washington state.
Supervisor Scott Wiener plans to introduce a ballot measure that would set a tax on sugary beverages.
Virtually all managers price according to the mantra of “the more you buy, the lower the per-unit price,” stated pricing strategy consultant Rafi Mohammed in an Harvard Business Review blog post.
Information Resources, Inc. joined forces with SPINS to create SPINS NaturaLink.
About 40 percent of all fruits and vegetables grown in the U.S. are thrown away.
A recent Congressional Research Service (CRS) report entitled "Budget Issues Shaping a Farm Bill in 2013" amplifies a number of issues of concern including organic and specialty crop research.
The Food and Drug Administration's public meeting on the proposed rules on Foreign Supplier Verification Programs and the Accreditation of Third Party Auditors/Certification Bodies will be held October 22–23 in Long Beach, Calif.
San Francisco's Jacobs, Malcolm & Burtt Produce plans to add organic asparagus to its product line starting November.
FDA suspends all routine food safety inspections for the duration of the government shutdown, FDA spokesman Steven Immergut confirmed to The Huffington Post Oct. 11.
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