Researchers have shown that people who cook at home instead of eating out end up consuming less fat and fewer calories without even trying.
A spike in feed prices has resulted in rising wholesale meat costs, but that doesn't mean turkey will cost more this year.
McDonald's released a statement saying the company does not source genetically modified potatoes.
Author and rancher Nicolette Hahn Niman says her book "Defending Beef" is a constructive criticism of the beef industry.
Trying to fight that bad mood with food? Think again.
Can egg-less mayonnaise really be called "mayo?" Unilever, maker of Hellmann's mayonnaise, is taking the issue to court.
But another California city, San Francisco, saw its proposed law to tax sugary beverages go down in defeat.
When the vault first came to the public’s attention, Cary Fowler says the apocalyptic structure was enticing to writers, far more than a frozen gene depository.
On Election Day, GMOs are a hot topic in Colorado, Oregon and Maui.
Industry groups want congress to dial back rules requiring labels that trace the origin of meat -- a measure advocates say is better for consumers.
Barbara "The Domestic Diva" Lehr suggests bone broth is a healthy and frugal alternative to typical canned stocks.
Packaged foods are designed for taste, not health, and the nutrition labels don't tell you the whole story.
If you find yourself in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, be sure to stop by Briar Rose Creamery to try their goat cheese truffles.
At Bloomington's Muddy Fork Bakery, the journey of introducing croissants to the menu was full of some unexpected turns
Halloween candy is risky business for kids with food allergies, but the Teal Project is making it safe for all to Trick-or-Treat.
As sales slump for the organic retailer, Whole Foods seeks to expand its audience with a nationwide commercial campaign.
McDonald’s has launched an aggressive advertising campaign to counter unflattering claims about its food. Will myth-busting restore trust in consumers?
Radishes aren't just a spring thing. You may have heard of Daikon radishes, but what about Black Spanish or China Rose? Some are very spicy, some are more mild.
Do you know what impact your produce has on the environment or the lives of the workers who farmed it? Whole Foods wants to help inform you.
From the rolling hills of southern Indiana, I head to the Pacific Northwest’s Willamette Valley for a taste of new terrain. And it tastes like tomatoes!