Food & Dining

New Technology Spurs Consolidation in Seed Industry

Ernie "George" Goebel loads Dekalb corn seeds into the tanks on a planter mounted behind his John Deere tractor in 2007 near Luxemburg, Iowa. With the increase in demand for alternative energy some farmers have elected to switch to growing corn in order to produce the profitable ethanol fuel. In the nation approximately 90 million acres of corn are expected to be planted this season. (Photo by Mark Hirsch/Getty Images)
An Iowan farmer with Dekalb brand corn seeds, which is a Subsidiary of Monsanto, in this file photo. (Mark Hirsch/Getty Images)

The upper echelons of America’s modern agricultural prowess are betting that massive mergers will allow it to seize powerful new gene editing technologies to fuel much...


  • A meal at the vegan restaurant ‘L’Herbivore’ in Berlin. (JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)

    Berlin Goes Vegan With ‘Butcher’ Shops, Singles’ Night

    Long the European capital of techno-driven nightlife, fastidious hipsterdom and low-cost party weekends, Berlin is adding another string to its bow as a vegan haven... Read more

  • Tea at The Kensington Hotel, London. The popularity of afternoon tea has London hotels vying to attract a new wave of customers by inventing twists on the classic English indulgence.  (JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images)

    Competition Brewing for London Afternoon Teas

    The popularity of afternoon tea has London hotels vying to attract a new wave of customers by inventing twists on the classic English indulgence –... Read more

  • Clockwise from left: Renata preparing pastels for The Green Door Supper Club. Jabuticaba, cashew fruit, mangosteen, and star fruit at Sao Paolo market. Pastel and garapa. (Renata Oliveria)

    Really Delicious Rio

    LONDON, UK—Think Rio and you may imagine Olympic fervour, the vibrancy of carnival – never Catford. But knock on a certain green door and Londoner... Read more

  • Indian laborers plant rice paddy saplings at a field in Vaiyavur village near Chennai on April 20, 2016. Waste from the milling of white rice is the latest superfood to hit the U.S. market. (ARUN SANKAR/AFP/Getty Images)

    How One Company Used an Enzyme to Turn Food Waste Into a Superfood

    For nearly a century, bran as a food ingredient has been solely within the purview of boring, high-fiber breakfast cereals like whole wheat bran flakes,... Read more

  • Cows eat hay at the Faria Dairy Farm in Escalon, Calif., in this file photo. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Understanding the Whole Cost of Cheap Milk

    It’s a ‘get big or get out’ economy for dairy farmers in America. It is a trend that gives pause as to what our landscapes are... Read more

  • Leftover pizza is most often still tasty, but it does tend to lose quite a bit of its crispy-yet-gooey texture magic. Roberta’s in Brooklyn, New York has a fix for that, and generously shares the reheating tip on its take out menu. (AOL Screenshot)

    Forget Microwave, Here’s How You Should Reheat Pizza (Video)

    2nd day pizza is most often still tasty, but it does tend lose quite a bit of its crispy-yet-gooey texture magic. Roberta’s Pizza in Brooklyn,... Read more

  • (FSIS/USDA)

    Over 372,000 Pounds of Hot Dogs and Corn Dogs Recalled Over Listeria Fears

    Before you start your summer barbecue make sure to check the hot dog labels.  Bar-S Foods Company is recalling more than 372,000 pounds of chicken and pork... Read more

  • (ConAgra Foods)

    P.F. Chang’s Frozen Meals Recalled Over Possible Metal Fragments

    A recall has been issued for P.F. Chang’s frozen meals for possible presence of metal fragments, ConAgra Foods announced. There have been no reports of... Read more

  • Grocery market owner Ray Martinez at La Playa Market in Inglewood, Calif., on Nov. 1, 2012. Martinez opposed a GMO labeling proposal in California. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

    Organic Industry at Odds Over National GMO Labeling Bill

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    15 Recipes – How to Pack the Perfect Vegan Picnic

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  • James Delafield, president of LAFAZA, a vanilla company, at the 2016 Summer Fancy Food Show in New York. (Andrea Hayley/Epoch Times)

    4 Ethical Entrepreneurs Who Focus Their Businesses on Helping Others

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  • Red berry smoothie with apple stars, blueberry and coconut chips.  (Ekaterina Markelova/Shutterstock)

    19 Vegan Recipes for the 4th of July

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  • Barnana was one of over 2,500 vendors at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York on June 26–28, 2016. (Andrea Hayley/Epoch Times)

    Banana Bites, Milk from Macadamias, and Fresh Juice Pops at NYC’s Fancy Food Show

    Those of you who are hungry for food that is both healthy, and sustainably produced, read on, because this dispatch from the Summer Fancy Food Show... Read more

  • Nature Valley Recalled Items (General Mills)

    General Mills Recalls Nature Valley Bars Over Fear of Listeria

    General Mills is recalling four flavors of Nature Valley bars over possible Listeria contamination, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on June 24... Read more

  • Brian Ogden checks a Tourmalet pressed sheep's milk cheese from the French Pyrenees mountains while he works at New York's Artisanal Cheese Center on Oct. 13, 2006.  (AP/Richard Drew)

    ‘Farm to Factory’ Conference Highlights Food Safety

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  • Keebler Logo (PRNewsFoto/Keebler)

    Over Peanut Fears, Kellogg Recalls Snacks and Cookies Including Famous Amos and Keebler Items

    Kellogg is voluntarily recalling over 20 products of snacks and cookies because of possible peanut residue contamination, the company announced on June 13. The items... Read more

  • A meal at the vegan restaurant ‘L’Herbivore’ in Berlin. (JOHN MACDOUGALL/AFP/Getty Images)

    Berlin Goes Vegan With ‘Butcher’ Shops, Singles’ Night

    Long the European capital of techno-driven nightlife, fastidious hipsterdom and low-cost party weekends, Berlin is adding another string to its bow as a vegan haven... Read more

  • Indian laborers plant rice paddy saplings at a field in Vaiyavur village near Chennai on April 20, 2016. Waste from the milling of white rice is the latest superfood to hit the U.S. market. (ARUN SANKAR/AFP/Getty Images)

    How One Company Used an Enzyme to Turn Food Waste Into a Superfood

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  • Cows eat hay at the Faria Dairy Farm in Escalon, Calif., in this file photo. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Understanding the Whole Cost of Cheap Milk

    It’s a ‘get big or get out’ economy for dairy farmers in America. It is a trend that gives pause as to what our landscapes are... Read more

  • Leftover pizza is most often still tasty, but it does tend to lose quite a bit of its crispy-yet-gooey texture magic. Roberta’s in Brooklyn, New York has a fix for that, and generously shares the reheating tip on its take out menu. (AOL Screenshot)

    Forget Microwave, Here’s How You Should Reheat Pizza (Video)

    2nd day pizza is most often still tasty, but it does tend lose quite a bit of its crispy-yet-gooey texture magic. Roberta’s Pizza in Brooklyn,... Read more

  • (FSIS/USDA)

    Over 372,000 Pounds of Hot Dogs and Corn Dogs Recalled Over Listeria Fears

    Before you start your summer barbecue make sure to check the hot dog labels.  Bar-S Foods Company is recalling more than 372,000 pounds of chicken and pork... Read more

  • (ConAgra Foods)

    P.F. Chang’s Frozen Meals Recalled Over Possible Metal Fragments

    A recall has been issued for P.F. Chang’s frozen meals for possible presence of metal fragments, ConAgra Foods announced. There have been no reports of... Read more

  • Grocery market owner Ray Martinez at La Playa Market in Inglewood, Calif., on Nov. 1, 2012. Martinez opposed a GMO labeling proposal in California. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

    Organic Industry at Odds Over National GMO Labeling Bill

    Congress has finally agreed on a national GMO labeling law, but anger and upset is raging across the country from those who feel the law’s... Read more

  • James Delafield, president of LAFAZA, a vanilla company, at the 2016 Summer Fancy Food Show in New York. (Andrea Hayley/Epoch Times)

    4 Ethical Entrepreneurs Who Focus Their Businesses on Helping Others

    When food is grown locally it is easier to know how the food was grown, and if the producer is being treated fairly by the... Read more

  • Barnana was one of over 2,500 vendors at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York on June 26–28, 2016. (Andrea Hayley/Epoch Times)

    Banana Bites, Milk from Macadamias, and Fresh Juice Pops at NYC’s Fancy Food Show

    Those of you who are hungry for food that is both healthy, and sustainably produced, read on, because this dispatch from the Summer Fancy Food Show... Read more

  • Nature Valley Recalled Items (General Mills)

    General Mills Recalls Nature Valley Bars Over Fear of Listeria

    General Mills is recalling four flavors of Nature Valley bars over possible Listeria contamination, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on June 24... Read more

  • Brian Ogden checks a Tourmalet pressed sheep's milk cheese from the French Pyrenees mountains while he works at New York's Artisanal Cheese Center on Oct. 13, 2006.  (AP/Richard Drew)

    ‘Farm to Factory’ Conference Highlights Food Safety

    NEWBURGH—Michele Pfannenstiel explained the importance of food safety at the Mid-Hudson Valley Food Processing Conference: From Farm to Factory on June 18 in Newburgh. Her... Read more

  • Keebler Logo (PRNewsFoto/Keebler)

    Over Peanut Fears, Kellogg Recalls Snacks and Cookies Including Famous Amos and Keebler Items

    Kellogg is voluntarily recalling over 20 products of snacks and cookies because of possible peanut residue contamination, the company announced on June 13. The items... Read more

  • Exhibitor SproutsIO at the first inaugural Food Loves Tech innovation expo in New York on June 11, 2016. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Innovation Event Highlights Intersections Between Food and Technology

    The inaugural Food Loves Tech innovation expo over the weekend in New York showcased about 40 companies, many of them startups, but many readers may... Read more

  • Farm manager Andrew Casner at the 10,000 square foot Urban Farm developed by HELP USA in partnership with PROJECT EATS to provide fresh produce to HELP USA’s shelter cafeterias and its 6-8 week Culinary Arts Program which is available for shelter residents at Wards Island, June 11, 2014. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    The American Dinner Plate Is Getting Greener

    There is a growing consensus among food and health policy leaders in America that transitioning to a plant-based diet is essential for our health, and that of... Read more

  • The Food & Drug Administration campus in Silver Spring, Md., on Oct. 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

    FDA Takes Too Long to Recall Products, Puts Lives at Risk: Audit

    An investigation found that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) failed to force a recall of nut butter products that led to Salmonella, and cheese products that... Read more

  • (L) New London, Conn., students with healthy food in their school cafeteria. (R) Dan Gusti, founder of Brigaid, a company that aims to improve the quality of school cafeteria food by putting chefs in school. (Courtesy of Brigaid)

    How a Renowned Chef Plans to Transform School Cafeteria Food

    Dan Giusti left his job as head chef at one of the world’s top-ranked restaurants to volunteer for one of the most unglamorous cooking jobs... Read more

  • (FILE) Hostess Ding Dongs are offered for sale at a Jewel-Osco grocery store on December 11, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

    Hostess Recalls 710,000 Cases of Cakes and Donuts Over Peanut Allergy Risk

    Hostess is recalling 710,000 cases of snack cakes and donuts, the company announced on June 6. The products are being recalled after a previous recall... Read more

  • The future of the workplace pantry is about healthier food options, and more of them.  (Courtesy of Feast)

    Can Technology Help Workers Eat Healthier?

    For corporate America, offering workers access to healthy food is a win-win that leads to happier workers and fewer sick days. For leading tech companies like... Read more

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    General Mills Recalls Flour After E. Coli Outbreak in 20 States Linked to Gold Medal Flour

    General Mills is voluntarily recalling its flour products after reports of an E. Coli outbreak in multiple states, the company announced on May 31. E... Read more

  • Taryn Robinson cooks white turkey chili, a meal kit dish from Blue Apron, as her father, Keith Robinson, watches over her shoulder in Evanston, Ill., on  Jan. 23, 2016. The industry of meal kits is growing quickly and competition is heating up as more players enter the space. (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford)

    Meal Kit Industry Taps Into Our Desire for Culinary Adventure

    Americans have more food choices today than ever before, and a new industry is capitalizing on this cultural shift by offering those who are willing... Read more

  • Clockwise from left: Renata preparing pastels for The Green Door Supper Club. Jabuticaba, cashew fruit, mangosteen, and star fruit at Sao Paolo market. Pastel and garapa. (Renata Oliveria)

    Really Delicious Rio

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  • (www.personalcreations.com/Flickr/CC BY)

    15 Recipes – How to Pack the Perfect Vegan Picnic

    What makes for a good picnic? A nice, warm day, good friends and a green space, of course. But as for food, there are certain... Read more

  • Red berry smoothie with apple stars, blueberry and coconut chips.  (Ekaterina Markelova/Shutterstock)

    19 Vegan Recipes for the 4th of July

    Ask most people what they believe constitutes ‘American Food’ and they’ll almost invariably answer: hamburgers, hotdogs and fries. All of which actually have European origins,... Read more

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    Vegan Versions of Classic European Recipes

    Let’s face it: Europeans are usually pretty uptight about their traditional foods. Pineapple on a pizza? Ha! An Italian will laugh you out of the... Read more

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    Good Eggs! 10 Healthy Easter Recipes for Vegans

    Easter is a time of renewal, rebirth and revival. Spring is around the corner, the buds are on the trees, and the daffodils are nodding... Read more

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      At some point or other, I think we’ve all had that feeling of overwhelming stress – the one where your heart is pounding too fast too... Read more

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    27 Healthy Vegan Snack Recipes

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    Video: A Japanese Chef Makes Sushi out of Donuts

    Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada has a YouTube channel where he regularly shows off his skills in the art of sushi. Occasionally, he likes to dabble... Read more

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    Show Your Love with a Healthful Valentine’s Day Dinner at Home

    Making a special dinner for your Valentine using whole foods and organic products is not difficult. Stay away from anything genetically modified such as corn,... Read more

  • Honey is natures natural sweetner. (nitrub/iStock)

    Honey, a Gift of Nature

    Honey was the ancients’ first sweetener, a gift of nature. Bees buzzing on slopes bright with flowers provided this treasure long before the first attempts... Read more

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    Tips for Cooking Three Healthy Dishes in an Hour

    Just because you don’t know how to cook or you have a busy schedule, your meal of choice doesn’t have to be takeout. You can... Read more

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    Sweet! 11 Low Sugar Treat Recipes

    It’s well known that most of us in the developed world are full-on sugar addicts. Americans currently consume a whopping 150-170 pounds of sugar a year, more than three... Read more

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    Awesome Time-Saving DIY Breakfast Hack

    Cooking can sometimes be a hassle and far too time-consuming. When you’re rushing to get to work, you don’t have time to eat breakfast let... Read more

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    Medieval English Cookery

    Fourteenth century cooking in England was either very basic or fit for kings and queens and could be compared to anything France had to offer... Read more

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    Clean Up Your Eating: 26 Detox Recipes

    Modern living means toxic living. Toxins are basically substances that are considered to cause physical harm or damage – the best example would be alcohol, which... Read more

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    25 Vegan Cookie Recipes for Christmas

    As Christmas approaches, we’re sure you’ve been tossing and turning at night, wondering: ‘Which kind of cookie should I leave out for Santa?’. It’s quite... Read more

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    Want to Eat Healthier? Move Sides to the Center of the Plate

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    Vegan Christmas Dinner, Sorted! (Part 2)

    If you’re going meat-free this festive season, you’ll surely be hoping for something worthy of the word ‘feast’ on the table. Guess what? I’ve got... Read more

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    Competition Brewing for London Afternoon Teas

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    Noble Coffee Roasters Serves Drink of a King

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    Drinking sugary beverages sweetened with fructose will have you craving high-calorie foods, according to a newly published study. Fructose is a sugar that is naturally... Read more

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  • An assortment of Spanish cheeses. (Cheeses of Spain)

    Spanish Wines and Cheeses: Matches Made in Heaven

    Spanish cheeses and Spanish wines are a match made in heaven. Add a fresh baguette or other freshly baked crusty bread and perhaps a bunch... Read more

  • (Courtesy of Widmer Brothers)

    Super Bowl XLIX Top 10 Beer Picks—You’ve Got to Try These

    The Super Bowl is upon us. Don’t drink something mundane and predictable. With the current beer renaissance, there’s never been a better time to find... Read more

  • A malvasia vineyard on the island of Salina, Italy. (Manos Angelakis)

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    Malvasia is one of the grape varieties extensively planted in most of the countries bordering the Mediterranean. There are numerous clones of the basic malvasia... Read more

  • The bar at Molyvos. (Paul Johnson)

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    An update of the interior of Molyvos in 2012 to look like a space reminiscent of the Greek islands, and the appointment of Diane Kochilas,... Read more

  • Hot Cocoa. (Andrei Jackamets)

    Festive, Warming Drinks for the Holidays

    Michael Gabriel from Rock Center Café offers recipes for a spiked hot cocoa and a hot toddy, while Scott Turnbull of Solbar at Solage Calistoga... Read more

  • Festive Drinks for Those Who Don’t Drink

    Chateau d’Estoublon has introduced Moukipic Rose & Blanc, a non-alcoholic sparkling beverage made of Muscat grapes. The bottle is gorgeous, and the bubbly grape juice... Read more

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