USDA's AMS will hold a meeting of the National Organic Standards Board on April 29 - May 2.
The plastic additive has had a bad rap for years, but a new study shows Bisephenol A, or BPA, may not be as bad as previously believed.
Illinois soda drinkers may soon have to pay more for drinks if a bill for tax on sugary beverages makes it through the Legislature.
Changes proposed in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernization Act could have wide-ranging negative effects on the small businesses that drive the specialty food industry.
Recordings of the education sessions from the 2014 Winter Fancy Food Show are now available for purchase through the Live Learning Center on specialtyfood.com.
Following last week’s approval of the farm bill, members of the specialty food trade shared their reactions and thoughts on what the new law, expected to save about $16.6 billion over the next 10 years, means for the industry.
If immigration reform focuses solely on enforcement, agriculture production would decrease, causing a sharp rise in food prices.
The White House is giving small businesses an extra year to comply with an Affordable Care Act rule requiring that they provide their workers with health coverage or pay a fine.
Scientists are reporting a precise new way for wineries, and their customers, to predict how long their sparkling wines will last.
President Obama is set to sign the long-delayed farm bill on Friday, after it cleared the Senate Wednesday.
The annual Summer Selling & Product Innovation Show runs through today at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
The International Association of Culinary Professionals is extending member pricing to Specialty Food Association members for it Food Connectors and Food Connections Conference and Culinary Expo, which takes place March 14–17 at the Marriott Magnificent Mile in Chicago.
Children and teens with peanut allergies may soon have a treatment.
A Utah lawmaker proposed scaling back some of Utah's famously strict liquor laws just days after the Mormon church urged legislators to keep existing regulations in place.
The 2014 Winter Fancy Food Show at San Francisco's Moscone Center closed yesterday, following a three-day exhibition of more than 80,000 hand-crafted, artisan foods and beverages from more than 1,300 exhibitors from across the U.S. and around the world. The show, the largest marketplace for ...
At the end of the Winter Fancy Food Show, exhibitors continued their long tradition of giving back with a major donation of specialty foods and beverages to San Francisco area soup kitchens and food pantries in partnership with Feed the Hungry, an anti-hunger organization.
The Winter Fancy Food Show opened yesterday at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. It is the largest to date, covering a record 212,000 square feet of exhibit space, with companies offering foods and beverages from across the U.S. and 35 countries and regions.
Live coverage of the Winter Fancy Food Show continues throughout the Show at live.specialtyfood.com.
Missed an on-site education program? The extensive roster of expert-led seminars at the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco have been recorded and will be available for purchase as packages.
The Winter Fancy Food Show opens today at San Francisco's Moscone Center at 10 a.m. PT with more than 180,000 innovative, on-trend and handcrafted specialty foods and beverages on display.
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