Chinese consumers are willing to pay more for foods without undesirable ingredients and are actively seeking all natural, organic foods, creating room for sales growth for food manufacturers and retailers
A Rutgers University study looked whether the “5-second rule” is a reality or a myth. For those few who are not familiar with this rule, it states that food that drops to the floor and is picked up in less than 5 seconds is safe to eat.
The Kampong Thom Cashew Nut Association wants assistance from the government as it currently faces financial problems and is unable to buy cashew nuts from growers to supply local and international markets.
When staff at the People and Gardens Nursery, which helps people with learning disabilities and mental health issues, went to pick their latest crop they were surprised by an unusual shaped tomato, which resembled a rubber duck.
The FDA is warning consumers that they may be consuming far more salt than they think. Even if you don’t salt your food at the table or while cooking, you are probably consuming a lot of sodium, especially if you eat prepared or processed foods.
A poll of working adults conducted by National Public Radio (NPR), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Harvard T.H. Chan School of public health has found that many people work when they are sick, even when they should stay home.