Senators have a bipartisan deal to require labeling of genetically modified ingredients nationally, a week before a labeling law in Vermont goes into effect.
By Anna Vlasits, STAT
High-income Americans are eating better than ever, while food diets among the low-income group have improved much more modestly.
By Amanda Montañez, Scientific American
Three new infographics highlight changing diets around the world.
By Darlene Superville, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Nutrition advocates have long asked for the added sugars line on the label because it's impossible for consumers to know how much sugar in an item is naturally occurring, like that in fruit and dairy products, and how much is…
By Corinne Segal
Spicy fish with couscous. Fried zucchini. Anchovy and frisee casserole. These aren't the spaghetti-and-red-sauce Italian dishes that many of us are familiar with.
By PBS NewsHour
Have you ever had a dish turn out wrong no matter how closely you stick to the recipe? According to legendary chef Jacques Pépin, recipes describe a process that can never be duplicated exactly; what you need to understand is…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration on Friday urged the food industry to reduce the already tiny amount of arsenic found in baby rice cereals.
By Nsikan Akpan
Biophysicists film and measure how a hydra manages to rip apart its skin to open its mouth.
By Margaret Myers
Wouldn’t it be cool to travel the world like a TV chef like Anthony Bourdain? Now, thanks to the sharing economy, and sites like Traveling Spoon, you, too, can travel like an irreverent chef.
By Margaret Myers
According to chef Salvador Fernández, every Mexican dish comes with a story. The story behind this Mexican favorite is one of pride and patriotism.
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