Eric Steiner plans to take advantage of the growing popularity of gardening to grow his composting business, and he's using free coffee grounds from Starbucks to do so.
Like Greek yogurt? You're on to something.
Original Cheerios made from non-GMO ingredients will soon appear on store shelves. Food expert Mary Beth Albright explains what all the fuss is about.
Google Glass, dance-offs and Mexican food: Sights and sounds from BCS title game media day
Would-be candy swipers flee warehouse of Southern California retro sweets seller empty-handed
Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist
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Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
Original Cheerios to go GMO-free; other flavors such as Apple Cinnamon not affected
French toast will never be the same again.
Thief carries 250-pound safe out of Mass. eatery; owner has since bought even heavier lockbox
Wal-Mart says it's considering legal action over donkey meat recall in China
A woman has accomplished her 2013 New Year's resolution and she may have the caffeine jitters to prove it.
Whether you've resolved to eat better in 2014, or just want to know if the information you've heard is actually true, one health professional sets the record straight when it comes to nutrition myths.
A sticker declaring support for the Second Amendment has become the must-have item for like-minded shop owners across the country. And it's the brainchild of a Leesburg restaurant owner.
D.C.-based 3 Stars Brewing Company is launching a beer membership program.
Dr. Oz, The Daily Dose
The New Year brings with it much promise: new beginnings, resolutions and perhaps even new taxes. But for many, the first thing the New Year brings is a killer hangover.
Counting change and calories: Thanks to health law, vending machines to post nutritional info