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The “Impossible Burger” is made from wheat protein, coconut oil, potato protein and other ingredients. A report released Wednesday recommends eating less red meat and more plant-based foods.

Less beef, more beans: Experts say world needs a new diet

The “Impossible Burger” is made from wheat protein, coconut oil, potato protein and other ingredients. A report released Wednesday recommends eating less red meat and more plant-based foods.

January 16, 2019, 7:30pm Health

NEW YORK — A hamburger a week, but no more — that’s about as much red meat people should eat to do what’s best for their health and the planet, according to a report seeking to overhaul the world’s diet. Read story

A look at new foods coming to shelves

January 7, 2019, 6:01am Food

Banana milk, cassava flour and pea yogurt may sound exotic, but I predict they’re going to be in your shopping cart in 2019. These are just a few of the items that caught my attention at the annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo, an event that brings together more… Read story

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More to nut butters than plain ol’ peanut

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December 31, 2018, 6:03am Health

As children, my brother and I would heavily debate the merits of creamy vs. crunchy peanut butter; I was partial to extra crunchy, while he preferred his smooth as Skippy. Children these days have much more to debate than just the crunch. Many other nut and seed butters have entered… Read story

Blue Apron makes bid for customers with healthy meal kits

December 31, 2018, 6:03am Business

Blue Apron has a New Year’s resolution: sell healthier meals, and get more customers. Read story

Jennie-O recalls more than 164,000 pounds of ground turkey

December 23, 2018, 2:35pm Business

MINNEAPOLIS — A Minnesota-based poultry producer is recalling more than 164,000 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be contaminated with salmonella. Read story

FILE - This Feb. 20, 2015 file photo shows an arrangement of peanuts in New York.

Peanut allergy drug excites

FILE - This Feb. 20, 2015 file photo shows an arrangement of peanuts in New York.

December 3, 2018, 6:05am Health

A large study provides the strongest evidence that children and teenagers can be desensitized to peanut allergies through controlled, escalating exposure to a substance that could otherwise trigger a life-threatening reaction — an advance that specialists said was likely to herald the development of new food allergy drugs. Read story

Calories aren’t as important as carbs, according to a study published in the BMJ medical journal.

Study says cutting carbs keeps weight off

Calories aren’t as important as carbs, according to a study published in the BMJ medical journal.

December 3, 2018, 6:02am Health

In a study of overweight people maintaining weight loss, those on a low-carbohydrate diet burned about 250 more calories per day than those on a high-carbohydrate diet. Read story

FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2018 file photo, romaine lettuce sits on the shelves as a shopper walks through the produce area of an Albertsons market in Simi Valley, Calif. After repeated food poisoning outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce, the produce industry is confronting the failure of its own safety measures in preventing contaminations. The latest outbreak underscores the challenge of eliminating risk for vegetables grown in open fields and eaten raw. It also highlights the role of nearby cattle operations and the delay of stricter federal food safety regulations. (AP Photo/Mark J.

Repeat outbreaks pressure produce industry to step up safety

FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2018 file photo, romaine lettuce sits on the shelves as a shopper walks through the produce area of an Albertsons market in Simi Valley, Calif. After repeated food poisoning outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce, the produce industry is confronting the failure of its own safety measures in preventing contaminations. The latest outbreak underscores the challenge of eliminating risk for vegetables grown in open fields and eaten raw. It also highlights the role of nearby cattle operations and the delay of stricter federal food safety regulations. (AP Photo/Mark J.

November 29, 2018, 11:53am Health

NEW YORK — After repeated food poisoning outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce, the produce industry is confronting the failure of its own safety measures in preventing contaminations. Read story

Earthbound Farm Organic romaine lettuce in a grocery store in New York in 2013. Richard B.

Romaine is available once again, but pay attention

Earthbound Farm Organic romaine lettuce in a grocery store in New York in 2013. Richard B.

November 28, 2018, 4:39pm Health

Romaine lettuce is on its way back to grocery stores. Read story

Now in grocery aisle: Dietician

November 26, 2018, 6:05am Health

With roughly 20,000 new food products flooding the market each year in packages often riddled with confusing health claims and verification stamps, choosing groceries has become a dizzying experience. If you have a special dietary problem, such as a food allergy, the maze becomes even more complex. Major grocery chains,… Read story