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Two years of adverse growing conditions has led to a shortage of a favorite snack of many Americans.
The Organic Trade Assn. has released a brief but delightfully comical Flash movie -- "Store Wars" -- a "Star Wars" takeoff that touts the advantages of, and explains the challenges to, organic foods.
The Philadelphia Inquirer discusses the healthfulness and culinary uses of Japanese bean paste, aka miso
A growing number of consumers worldwide are turning to health foods, with trend researchers predicting a boom in the organic food industry.
Ardea Beverage Company has introduced airforce Slender Nutrisoda, which the company calls "the ultimate slimming soda."
The Research Chefs Assn. (RCA) is sponsoring a "Meat Science 101" course at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, on June 9 and 10.
Eating fresh grapes may prevent the accumulation of oxidized cholesterol as well as the development of atherosclerotic lesions, report scientists in Israel.
Tropicana Products Inc. has agreed to stop telling consumers drinking two to three glasses a day of its Healthy Heart orange juice dramatically affects blood pressure, cholesterol and homocysteine levels, factors that contribute to heart disease. The Federal Trade Commission alleged Tropicana, ...
Naturex, S.A. (Avignon, France) and Pure World, Inc. (Bedminster, N.J.) jointly announced June 7 that they have entered into a definitive agreement for Naturex, S.A. to acquire Pure World, Inc. for approximately U.S. $36.8 million.
Duke University study finds new nutrition labels inadvertently hurt food industry competition