Ameerah Siddiqi's family finds ways to put a Pakistani twist on American foods, despite living in suburban Indiana.
To find out what's inside a healthy queen bee, an IU Biology professor and other researchers looked at queen bees’ gut bacteria — called a microbiome.
Kraft Singles, the individually wrapped yellow slice that forms the glue in so many grilled sandwiches, has been given the Kids Eat Right label.
McDonald's involvement in this year's SXSW SouthBites Interactive conference is turning heads.
A new study indicates that some people show signs of addiction when consuming processed foods with high fat and refined carbs.
The country's largest consumer of chicken says it plans to phase out “antibiotics that are important to human medicine” used in its poultry products.
An estimated 107 antibiotics are currently allowed for continuous use or without limit in livestock by the FDA.
Cereal sales are in decline and Kellogg's is feeling the slump.
At Straight Creek Valley Farm, living "off-the-grid" doesn't mean doing without creature comforts like cell phones and Keurig coffee.
Former food and agriculture lobbyists have taken staff posts in the Senate Agriculture Committee as Congress prepares to move on a new legislative agenda.
For some of the nation, it's hard to believe spring can be around the corner. Get your mind in a warmer place with five spring-related posts.
Remember how everything was "low-fat" in the 1990s? Today's shift from low-fat, packaged foods to fresh, healthier food is worrying the packaged food industry.
We celebrate Fat Tuesday today with these traditional praline candies.
Meat industry groups have dropped a lawsuit against the USDA's rules requiring labels that identify country of origin for meat products.
Cockrall-King is the author of "Food and the City." She explains how city dwellers have made urban agriculture fit the needs of their specific community.
Let them eat eggs, says the top U.S. nutrition advisory panel.
These chicken wings get the sweet from maple syrup and the heat from cayenne pepper and chili flakes.
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have found lower levels of pesticides in those who consume organic foods.
Cover crops, like crimson clover and hairy vetch, grow during the winter when everything else freezes.
The FDA and USDA split food safety responsibilities currently. A total of 12 agencies enforce about 30 different laws.