In their annual forecast, McCormick predicts Korean pepper paste with sesame, Asian pear and garlic to be among most influential flavors of 2012.
The Girl Scouts announced a new cookie today but we’re a bit disappointed by its description, so we decided to help the organization brainstorm some better treats.
It can be difficult to get a bartender’s attention in a packed bar on New Year’s Eve. Here are a few tips from bar staff on how to play your cards right.
A class-action lawsuit says that two popular snacks billed as ‘all-natural’ don’t deserve that designation.
A report looks at which major airports offer the most heart-healthy eating options.
Gummy bears from Winn-Dixie stores in Florida and Louisiana may have metal contamination.
Tejava is recalling 12-oz. bottles of its Premium Iced Tea because the tea may contain glass fragments that could be harmful if swallowed, says the Food and Drug Administration.
If you go out of your way to buy fish labeled as eco-friendly, you may be wasting your time and money.
A new San Francisco law aimed at making fast food for kids follow nutritional guidelines won't be making Happy Meals healthier, just more expensive — if you want a toy.
Companies will go to great, weird lengths to sell products. Here are some companies that bet on odd features to sell their products in 2011.