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Florida Stadium Upgrades Menu Offerings Florida Stadium Upgrades Menu Offerings

The Miami Dolphins asked their fans what improvements could be made in its foodservice offerings at its stadium, and overwhelmingly people said they wanted more variety, quality, and value.

Natural Ice Cream Stabilizer Found in Okra Natural Ice Cream Stabilizer Found in Okra

Okra extracts can be used as a stabilizer for ice cream, according to a new study from Kasetsart University in Bangkok and Guelph University in Ontario.

Allergen-Free Peanuts on the Horizon Allergen-Free Peanuts on the Horizon

Researchers have found a way to virtually eradicate the allergens in peanuts.

Los Angeles Mayor to Propose Minimum Wage Increase Los Angeles Mayor to Propose Minimum Wage Increase

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is proposing a plan that raises the city's minimum wage to $13.25 an hour over several years with additional annual boosts tied to inflation, according to representatives and City Hall officials.

Napa Specialty Food Businesses Recovering from Quake Napa Specialty Food Businesses Recovering from Quake

Loss of inventory, property damage, and power outages have struck the region's many small businesses.

West Coast Chefs Team Up on Healthier Fast-Food Concept West Coast Chefs Team Up on Healthier Fast-Food Concept

Chefs Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson are planning to open a healthy-food-focused fast-food concept to challenge fast-food giants, with a particular focus on inner cities.

Online Tea Shop Moves to DC with Hopes of Retail Location Online Tea Shop Moves to DC with Hopes of Retail Location

Not Just Tea is relocating to Washington, D.C., from New York City.

USDA Revamps School Lunch Programs USDA Revamps School Lunch Programs

U.S. Department of Agricultures' Food and Nutrition Service is beefing up school programs that help kids make healthier nutrition and life-style choices.

Salmonella Risk Prompts Recall of Nut Butters Salmonella Risk Prompts Recall of Nut Butters

The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that nSpired Natural Foods is voluntarily recalling several lots of peanut, almond, and other nut butters due to possible salmonella contamination.

Chicago Newspaper Kiosks Repurposed for Prepared Foods Chicago Newspaper Kiosks Repurposed for Prepared Foods

A collective of Chicago nonprofits and food producers is turning abandoned newspaper kiosks into prepared food stands.

USDA Seeks Input on Standard Identity for Honey USDA Seeks Input on Standard Identity for Honey

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service is seeking comments on a proposal for a federal standard of identity for honey as required by the 2014 Farm Bill.

NM Launches Chile Certification Program NM Launches Chile Certification Program

New Mexico has adopted a certification program for state-grown chiles to protect the reputation and integrity of its signature crop.

Four Charged in Beef Recall Case Four Charged in Beef Recall Case

Rancho Feeding Corp.'s co-owners and two employees were indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiring to distribute adulterated, misbranded and uninspected meat.

San Diego Minimum Wage Veto Overridden San Diego Minimum Wage Veto Overridden

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer's veto of a minimum wage bill was overridden by the City Council in a 6-2 vote, with one council member absent.

Specialty Food Foundation Accepting Letters of Inquiry for Grants Specialty Food Foundation Accepting Letters of Inquiry for Grants

The Specialty Food Foundation is accepting letters of inquiry from organizations interested in applying for a grant to aid in hunger relief or food recovery efforts. The deadline is Friday, Aug. 29.

Artisanal Coffee Market Eyeing Mainstream Consumers Artisanal Coffee Market Eyeing Mainstream Consumers

Coffee is the latest category attempting to make the leap from mass produced to mass delicacy.

Pabst Brewing Revives Ballantine IPA Pabst Brewing Revives Ballantine IPA

Pabst Brewing is bringing back Ballantine India Pale Ale (IPA), a craft beer that was popular in the 1940s and 50s, but declined after the 1960s, eventually disappearing from the market.

Midwest Vintners Look Ahead After Winter Damage Midwest Vintners Look Ahead After Winter Damage

Few U.S. wine-growing regions were hit harder this winter than northeastern Ohio as temperatures dropped from 42 degrees Fahrenheit to minus-19 over a period of 36 hours in early January.

Valrhona Opens Professional Pastry School in Brooklyn, NY Valrhona Opens Professional Pastry School in Brooklyn, NY

The gourmet chocolatier’s fourth location, its first in North America, will provide courses for culinary pros to hone their craft.

SC Loosens Brewery Restrictions SC Loosens Brewery Restrictions

South Carolina'S Governor Nikki Haley recently signed the Stone Bill, allowing breweries in the state to serve both food and alcohol they make in the same venue.

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