Food And Drink

Farmers prefer Trump do trade deals than hand them cash

Jul 25, 2018

Many farmers are critical of President Donald Trump's tariffs and the damage done to commodity prices and markets, but say they are appreciative that he has offered to provide cash to help

Employee posts video of unsanitary restaurant, loses job

Jul 24, 2018

A Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen employee in Detroit says she lost her job after posting cellphone video showing unsanitary conditions in the food storage and preparation areas

4 types of Goldfish Crackers recalled, salmonella fears

Jul 24, 2018

Pepperidge Farm is voluntarily recalling four varieties of Goldfish Crackers because of fears they could potentially have salmonella

McDonalds: Illinois chain museum will still be taken down

Jul 23, 2018

McDonald's officials have confirmed that they intend to take down a replica of the hamburger chain's first restaurant

Restaurant serving classic New England food marks centennial

Jul 23, 2018

The Wayside Restaurant, a roadside eatery started the year World War I ended, is still in business and thriving, this year celebrating 100 years of serving classic Yankee food in central Vermont

All shell, no shock: Lobster prices strong, season picks up

Jul 22, 2018

New England's lobster industry faces big new challenges in selling the seafood to Europe and China, but the trouble hasn't caused prices to budge much for American consumers

Whiskey summit planned in hopes of defusing trade conflicts

Jul 19, 2018

A top whiskey industry official in Kentucky says he's worried that global trade conflicts will escalate, with the state's bourbon producers caught in the crosshairs

Judge rules Michigan cafe owner won't be deported

Jul 18, 2018

A Michigan restaurant owner from Turkey who has been facing deportation for more than a decade will now be allowed to stay in the U.S.

Baseball, beer help Wright Brothers' hometown rise again

Jul 18, 2018

After experiencing its best days in the first half of the 20th century, Dayton, Ohio is reinventing itself with impressive results

JBS USA suspends shipments from Kentucky farm after video

Jul 17, 2018

JBS USA, the U.S. branch of the world's largest meat producer, says it has suspended shipments from a pig farm where workers were shown hitting, kicking and throwing pigs on undercover video

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