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WASHINGTON (AP) — We know obesity is a health crisis, or every new year wouldn't start with resolutions to eat better and get off the couch. But don't try taking away our junk food. Americans blame too much screen time and cheap fast food for...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration says its new guidelines would make the food Americans eat safer and help prevent the kinds of foodborne disease outbreaks that sicken or kill thousands of consumers each year. The rules, the...
NEW YORK (AP) — This holiday season, Burger King won't be the only place where you can have it your way. It used to be enough for stores to promise discounts of up to 70 percent off to lure shoppers during the busy holiday shopping season. But the...
NEW YORK (AP) — Kroger Inc. says it has stopped stocking sprouts as of Monday because of their "potential food safety risk." The nation's largest traditional grocer joins Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer, which pulled sprouts in...
WSBT-TVELKHART COUNTY – With corn prices going up due to the drought, an Elkhart County farmer is taking a creative approach to find a cheaper way to feed his cattle. His solution? Using ice cream toppings, cookies, and cereal to mix in with the feed....
HERMANN, Mo. (AP) — Most of the grapes in Glenn Warnebold's vineyard in Missouri's picturesque wine country are about two-thirds of their usual size. Others have been reduced to raisins by the drought that burned up many crops across the Midwest...
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The federal government on Friday slashed its expectations for U.S. corn and soybean production for the second month in a row as the worst drought in decades continues punishing key farm states. The U.S. Agriculture Department cut...
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana crop conditions continue to deteriorate daily as the drought worsens to a level not seen since 1988. During a news conference at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Thursday, Purdue Extension corn specialist Bob Nielsen said the state&...
Despite setbacks before officially opening to the general public, the owner of Passport Woodfire Grill in South Bend still hopes to open his restaurant next week. Christopher Kohut trusts his business can overcome recent negative publicity, especially...
NEW YORK (AP) — Russians prefer their Lay's potato chips dusted in caviar and crab flavors. The Chinese like their Oreos stuffed with mango and orange cream. And in Spain, Kellogg's All-Bran cereal is served floating in hot coffee instead of cold...
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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterPLYMOUTH -- Zentis Food Solutions North America is riding the growing wave of demand for new types of yogurt products. The company, which produces fruit preparations for the bakery and dairy industries, announced Monday it will invest $15.6 million to...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The government plans to speed up the process for tracking E. coli in meat, a move that will help authorities more quickly find the source of bacteria outbreaks and hasten food recalls. The new Agriculture Department program...
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