The owner of Jimmy John's and Arby's has bought Subway, and a Massachusetts senator has concerns.
Who needs better prices, products, and customer service?
Lots of Americans have an intolerance to FODMAPs—the sugars prevalent in garlic, onion, and many other foods.
The DAIRY PRIDE Act says it wants to protect consumers. In reality, it's trying to protect dairy farmers from economic competition.
Higher rates lead to more debt, and more debt begets higher rates, and on and on. Get the picture?
The epidemiology of food and drink is a mess.
Those sounding the loudest alarms about possible shutdowns are largely silent when Congress ignores its own budgetary rules. All that seems to matter is that government is metaphorically funded.
Removing high tariffs from foreign imports of baby formula would ease the supply shock of possible factory closures.
States that allow home chefs to sell perishable foods report no confirmed cases of relevant foodborne illness.
George Koob says the U.S. could follow Canada's lead and recommend no more than two alcoholic drinks per week.
"I can tell you none of us were affected by the mushrooms," Yellen insisted to CNN.
No one could have considered this possibility, except perhaps the many food-processing facilities that immediately did exactly that.
As beef prices increase, biotech could provide a cheaper and tasty alternative.
The state seems to think kids don't like the taste of peach.
A much more plausible explanation is the avian flu outbreak that devastated the poultry industry last year.
New work requirements will target those over age 50, but the debt ceiling deal also loosens existing work requirements for those under age 50.
The North Carolina–based biotech startup Pairwise will begin selling genetically modified and better-tasting mustard greens.
Uncowed, the protest organizer is suing.
Each state has different cottage food laws that don’t actually protect public health and safety.
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A.I. won’t kill cooking. Instead, it’ll help people become more creative and efficient in the kitchen.
In this film, it's mean and funny enough to work.
The move would close a promising culinary door and deny Italian consumers the opportunity to buy products that fit their preferences.
Huh, what a wild coincidence.
Lawyers representing an allegedly duped Buffalo Wild Wings customer demand that the company disgorge its ill-gotten gains.
McDonald's invested in some spiffy new toys, but almost everything else stayed the same.