Over a year ago, Hellmann's took issue with the term "mayo" for an egg-free spread. Now, they've decided to make their own.
Almost a year after the first two genetically modified varieties of non-browning apples were approved for market, a new Fuji variety could join them.
In a victory for pro-labeling supporters, Campbell Soup Company announced it supports mandatory labeling of GMOs.
It was an unseasonably warm December in some parts of the Midwest. What does that mean for farmers?
From tacos to quinoa, some foods were everywhere in 2015. What will be the "it" foods of 2016?
Processes that were once the purview of specialty labs are now being put into pocket-sized products to give consumers the ability to analyze their foods.
A recent analysis found that of the 1,500 new supermarkets promised for food deserts by next year, only about 250 have opened in those neighborhoods so far.
80 students have fallen ill in Boston after eating at Chipotle, causing the restaurant chain to close another store during the investigation.
The obesity rate rises again. Well over one-third of adult Americans are obese. But a new Cornell study questions, is junk food really the cause?
What if you could change the way your food tastes by manipulating smell?
The FDA made the announcement today, although it will likely be a while before the "frankenfish" hit supermarket shelves.
As part of the Food Safety Modernization Act, the FDA released safety guidelines to ensure imported produce is held to the same standards as U.S. products.
Consumer advocacy groups have sounded the alarm for years about defining the word "natural" in natural foods, and the FDA is listening -- again.
43 Chipotle restaurants have been closed following an outbreak of E. coli, while a ground beef outbreak has been traced to a Nebraska plant.
Unable to rebound from scandals, Yum Brands has decided to split into a separate entity in China.
For many workers in the food service industry, getting paid depends on showing up, even when you're sick.
Excess rain leads pumpkins to rot when they can't absorb all the water. Too little rain means pumpkins shoot roots deep into the ground to find moisture.
The October 3 deadline for EU member nations to opt out of GMOs has come and gone, with 19 nations saying no to cultivation within their borders.
According to a couple new reports, obesity rates in every state in America top 20 percent, while one-third of U.S. children are consuming fast food daily.
A new report looks at restaurants' policies regarding antibiotic use in meat products. Of the 25 largest fast food chains, only five received passing grades.