Nearly 600 dogs in the U.S. have died in the past six years from eating pet jerky from China, but what killed them has eluded investigators.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the poultry section, a fowl fiend named Heidelberg has entered the food supply. Time to reconsider your chicken choices.
Don't use up all your Halloween cleverness on costumes and decorations -- give your candy bowl a facelift, too, with offbeat sweets from your local Asian market.
If you plan to carve a pumpkin into a Halloween Jack-o-Lantern this year, here are some tips on where and when to buy, and the best tools to use when you carve it.
Fish is one of the healthier option for diners, but overfishing of certain popular species is taking a toll on the environment. The solution: Eat more weird fish.
Pumpkin: It's not just for jack o' lanterns and pies anymore. Here are some of the many ways that consumers are enjoying pumpkin this season at your favorite chains.
New study shows chicken nuggets are less than 50 percent "edible" chicken. How does that affect you -- and your eating choices?
Worried about how to make healthy and ethical choices on your fruits and vegetables without breaking the bank? Here are a few tips.
These 10 foods are America's biggest food-poisoning culprits. And with FDA inspections shut down along with the rest of the government, the danger is greater than usual.
Shoppers can bring a lot of concerns to the grocery store: Cost, ethics, the healthiness of their food. Here are 3 tips to help you eat more wisely without breaking the bank.
Here's what Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks and other coffee chains are doing for the big free coffee 'holiday.'
Americans spend a lot on restaurant-made lunches. And while we won't suggest you brown bag it every day, we can offer some ways to squeeze savings out of your lunch budget.
The president of Barilla told a radio station he didn't want gay families in advertisements, and now the pasta company faces a boycott.
Heart disease is scary, but while you're worrying about fat and cholesterol, you may be ignoring another lethal danger lurking in your meat: antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Doug Rauch, ex-president of Trader Joe's, sees a lot of good food going to waste because it's expired. His answer: A store that turns that food into fresh, low-priced meals.
If you're living paycheck to paycheck and hoping for the best, it's time to face facts: You need an emergency fund. And it doesn't have to be huge: $1,000 is a great start.
Partisans tend to see what they want to see in the food stamp program. But 47 million Americans now rely on the program, which faces big funding cuts.
The USDA is planning to allow Chinese poultry processing plants to export chicken to the U.S. It's hard to overstate just how terrible an idea this is.
A new government program to save money by scaling back on USDA meat-processing plant inspections could increase the chances that your pork and chicken will be contaminated.
Panera Bread CEO Ron Shaich is calling attention to food insecurity this week by spending only $31.50 on food -- the weekly allotment for people on SNAP benefits.
Campbell Soup has had another profitable quarter, but potential trouble over whether its healthy soups are as healthy as advertised looms on the horizon.
General Mills is bringing back two of its discontinued 'monster' cereals for Halloween.
For poor families, a bit of bright news: Childhood obesity among low-income households is on the decline.
The new Doritos Locos Taco flavor launches at Taco Bell on Aug. 22. And because those crazy tacos are so important to Yum!'s bottom line, we just had to conduct a taste test.