The CDC doesn't want you to stop eating vegetables. Just be sure to wash both the produce and your hands first.
The USDA has decided to allow more meat and grains in school lunches after outcry by school administrators.
Consumer Reports has just published some bad news for pork lovers.
After only a year, Denmark's unpopular tax on saturated fat is to be repealed in January.
Barbecue champion Chris Marks describes what makes a perfectly cooked pork rib, and food writer Lynn Schwartzberg gives tips for how to make that happen.
The drought has dried up pastures and devastated grain crops, increasing demand and a lowering supply of livestock feed.
When your hens turn out to be roosters, it can be hard to know what to do. Here are some tips.
Pigs aren't flying yet, but Sysco does want to give them a little more room to walk.
An internal newsletter published on the USDA website mentioned how Meatless Mondays could help the environment. The beef industry couldn't have disagreed more.
Veggie barbecue not your thing? Here's a taste of what can be done with your local, free-range meat this Independence Day.
Check out our mouth-watering recipe for BBQ duck with grilled peaches to help you do something a little different for the summer holidays.
Every great BBQ dish starts with two things: local meat and a great marinade.
What is 'pink slime'? Where does it come from? And why has everybody suddenly started to care about it?
Eggs are the star of the show at the Schacht Farms table at the Winter Farmers Market.
Some vegetarian food is getting a makeover. It's being made to look, feel and taste more like meat.
With more and more of the world's population craving meat, insects are starting to look a lot more appetizing.
High-end foods and raw diets are hip among doting pet owners, but are they really all they're cracked up to be?
Beef Products, Inc. discovered injecting waste meat with ammonia killed dangerous germs, making it safe to eat. That made it an economical option for fast food.
A major beef recall is underway after E. coli was found in frozen beef sent to Georgia school districts. So far no contaminated meat has been served, says USDA.
In a move applauded by food safety advocates, the USDA has announced ground beef will not be sold if it tests positive for six additional strains of E. coli.