Is this the end of partially hydrogenated oil?
They're dropping the word from their labels, too.
SBA loans, meat inspections, and food stamps are all affected.
Not a good week for gum.
Prepare for a surplus of lardo.
Live rats, dead mice, and hot chocolate mix don't, in fact, mix.
"No, that's not sugar! It's Love!"
The hypercaffeinated beverage is retooling its image, starting with its label.
Fruit and vegetable producers are required to pay more attention to what's happening in the field.
Plus: Celine Dion's heart goes on despite love for smoked meat; and with lots of bones, you can make porky tonkatsu ramen at home, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Gordon Ramsay gaff puts a British prison on lock down; and the FDA looks into the safety of inhalable caffeine, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Obama passes on shark fin soup; and Gordo gets dumped in Montreal, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Look out, there's a new Girl Scout cookie in town; and hotels upgrade restaurants to make them feel less hotel-y, all in our morning news roundup.
Raw milk group stages protest today in Chicago.
The rambunctious T.V. chef might also open his own New York restaurant, whether the city wants it or not.
Plus: Listeria-tainted lettuce reached Pennsylvania; and Guy Fieri sets his sights on Carnival Cruise ships and New York, all in our morning news roundup.
Recent listeria and E. coli outbreaks are being called a "wake-up call."
Plus: Antioxidant-rich spices counter the effects of high-fat foods; and despite the FDA's passing of new food-safety laws, salmonella outbreaks are still frequent, all in our morning news roundup.
The debt deal reached last week will limit the FDA's enforcement and inspection abilities.