It seems that every week in the world of vegan food is more exciting than the last and this week is no exception. While the details are still hush, it looks like Starburst will be giving gummy candy fans a gelatin-free option in the coming months. And speaking of sweet treats, TCHO is ditching dairy to become a totally vegan company. Over in Asia, Noble Foods—a vegan meat company launched by meat industry veterans—is giving China a taste of its plant-based jerky, and massive chain Café de Coral is treating diners to a vegan version of classic dish Pork Claypot
The Coca Cola Company is recalling certain Minute Maid products because of the potential of foreign objects, specifically metal bolts or washers.
The recalled products were distributed in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New York, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Maine and New Jersey, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
There is concern that consumers may still have the products in their homes because of their long shelf life, which extends into 2022.
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|1||Minute Maid Berry Punch, 59 Fl. oz. (1.8 QT) 1.75 L, Unit UPC: 025000047664;|
Nearly four months since the Taliban seized power and the United States pulled its troops from Afghanistan, the country is facing numerous humanitarian crises, including a
The Mediterranean diet is a top-ranked eating pattern.
“The Mediterranean diet isn’t any one specific diet. It’s not a specific food or a single ingredient. It’s very much an inclusive, sustainable diet that’s relatively diverse in terms of what’s included,” says Michelle MacDonald, clinical dietitian supervisor at National Jewish Health in Denver.
The Mediterranean diet is more of a lifestyle and an approach to food and fitness that harkens back to the culinary traditions of societies that have developed around the Mediterranean Sea. Think Italy, Spain, Greece and North Africa.
It favors plant-based foods, but also includes some lean proteins,
Spokane’s iconic train car restaurant Knight’s Diner settles into new ownership while preserving its storied past | Food News | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander
Market Street’s historic Knight’s Diner is once again open for business, this time under the leadership of Spokane native Doug Gariepy.
“I grew up in this neighborhood,” Gariepy says, so when the opportunity to purchase Knight’s Diner arose, “it was a no-brainer.”
Although he grew up nearby, Knight’s Diner’s status as a community staple became even more evident to Gariepy when he took over. The restaurateur previously operated a Zip’s Drive-In in Colville before
Ms Ward says we shouldn’t criticise the existence of food waste, and that instead we should simply try to tackle it. “There is often a stigma around surplus food, but waste occurs in the supply chain for so many reasons – seasonality, change in consumer trends, damaged packaging, over ordering, labelling mistakes,” she says.
Food truck owner parks in middle of tornado wreckage, gives free meals to tornado first responders, victims
MAYFIELD, Ky. – A restaurant owner parked her food truck in the middle of tornado wreckage to hand out free hot meals to first responders, victims and anyone else in need in Mayfield, Kentucky.
“What we’re doing is a really small part – I don’t feel like we’re doing near as much as some of these men and women that are in the trenches and physically out there finding people, helping people relocate,” Infinity Farms owner Amber Hayes told Fox News.
Tornadoes tore through multiple states Friday and Saturday, killing at least 88 people. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said
The levers of government are being primed for an escalating crackdown on excessive food price inflation, which the Biden-Harris Administration and its Congressional allies believe is partially a result of over-concentration and lack of competition in the food and grocery supply chain.
With inflation at its highest point in almost 40 years, American families are facing higher prices at the checkout and are making do with leaner meals. Once deemed essential, workers in grocery stores now say they feel expendable, and have been rewarded with only marginal increases in wages they say leave them unable to cover their own rising
It’s one of my favorite parts of the holiday season: thinking of all the people I’d like to give a little package to, mulling over what that right present should be. This year, perhaps more than any other, it feels pleasurable to treat all of your people to something thoughtful and cheery, and it doesn’t have to break the bank.
The kitchen is a great place for inspiration in choosing perfect-little-something gifts. Maybe it’s a treat that recognizes a friend’s sweet tooth. An ingredient that inspires a budding chef. A kitchen utensil to brighten their cooking.
The gift ideas below
Weddings in India are a grandiose affair with multiple functions and ceremonies. Food forms an integral part of such weddings, and, more often than not, families over-cater to ensure that their guests don’t go hungry. Thus, a lot of food is wasted in the process. In such a scenario, the sight of a woman dressed in her finery, sitting on a railway platform in Bengal, and offering leftover wedding food to the poor stands out. We have no idea if it’s some deeply-held principle about reducing waste or a goal to feed the homeless, but the woman’s effort has, nevertheless,