A much-maligned beef product that was once frequently added to hamburger is making a comeback. Two years ago, beef processors cut back sharply on producing what they call "lean, finely textured beef" after the nasty nickname for it, "pink slime," caught on in the media. Now, higher beef prices are leading to increased demand for the product.
A federal judge has rejected a challenge to Indiana's law that prohibits convenience stores and groceries from selling cold beer.
One community garden is getting the wheels turning on a mobile produce market. Prosperity Gardens is serving the community in a new way.
With more breweries per capita than any U.S. city, Asheville, N.C., has become a sort of Napa Valley of beer. And at the third annual Asheville Beer Week this week, this tight-knit beer community is strutting its stuff with tastings of barrel-aged sour beers and fermented Chinese tea saisons, and chocolate truffle and beer pairings.
Sriracha hot sauce maker Huy Fong Foods has been tussling with the city council of Irwindale, Calif., near Los Angeles for months now over whether the factory's spicy smells harm its neighbors.
Federal statistics show sales from Illinois organic farms more than tripled during a five-year period.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that Schnucks Kitchen is recalling about 130 pounds of curry white meat chicken salad with walnuts due to possible contamination with listeria monocytogenes.
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Nearly two dozen restaurants in Champaign-Urbana have failed health inspections during the past three months. But most customers would not know that, despite new requirements that restaurants post results of their inspections.
Urbana’s Market at the Square kicks off Saturday with a new feature – alcohol sales.
This year’s harsh winter in the Midwest has meant a challenge for some Jewish families during Passover.