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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...

  • 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

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    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

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    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

  • Shot glasses of flavored vodka are poured at the Barman's 2009 drinks fair on June 29, 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel. (David Silverman/Getty Images)

    ‘Water Only’ Cocktail Bar Opening in London

    A cocktail bar is set to open in a London department store that only serves water.  The bar’s menu will be created based on consultation... Read more

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    This Startup Modified Sugar to Make the Brain Happy With Fewer Calories

    Ahh, sugar. With just one small bite, it enters our blood stream and rushes the body with pure energy. These days, its common to hear... Read more

  • Hamburgers are one of the most popular American foods. (Niklas Rhöse/

    How the American Diet Sets a Bad Example for the World

    News Analysis One in two people worldwide are either overweight, nutrient-deficient, or hungry, representing a dietary imbalance of epic proportions. In 40 years, we have transitioned... Read more

  • Bar person Marjolaine Arpin, from Quebec, Canada, prepares a cocktail at French Chef Alain Ducasse's Brasserie Champeaux in the new Les Halles shopping mall Friday April 8, 2016 in Paris.  (AP Photo/Francois Mori)

    Canapes Under the Canopy? Paris Gentrifies Rusty Mall

    PARIS—Swapping burgers for lobster souffle and rusty welding for a state-of-the-art canopy roof, Paris’ mayor this month unveiled a $1 billion revamp of the city’s... Read more

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