Can't make it to the farmers market? Tech startups deliver, creating new local food options
Trendspotter: Joy of Missing Out over FOMO, more mindful living, in-your-brain tech next year
Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist
As consumers look closer at food labels, companies quietly remove strange-sounding ingredients
Need a last minute gift and prefer something edible? FRESHFARM Markets is making it easy for D.C.-area residents to bring a taste of the region to family and friends this season with its gift baskets.
Two years later, a brew worth meeting again.
You know it's important to check food labels when you go grocery shopping. But how much of that information is fact and how much is hype?
Knock-offs gain cachet: Vegan leather accents, faux fur are popular gifts for the holidays
New Tampa hotel offers cooking classes, artisan pantries, wine tastings
Darden looking to spin off or sell Red Lobster, part of plan to boost shareholder value
About 97 percent of raw chicken breasts tested in a nationwide survey carried bacteria dangerous to humans, according to a Consumer Reports analysis released Thursday.
The Denver-based company has been testing out a pizza concept in its hometown, Denver, Colo., for the past 18 months.
Travel in 2014: World events past and future put spotlight on Sochi, Brazil, Berlin, Sarajevo
For coffee and tea lovers who like their hot beverage just right, this might be the mug to end all mugs.
AP PHOTOS: Financial crisis hitting Greece's olive oil industry, too
California wine collector convicted of fraud in NY for passing off fake vintages as real deal
A health expert who calls himself the "Diet Detective" recently released results of his latest survey comparing the nutritional value of airline food.
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The year in food: In 2013 we watched Paula Deen implode and said goodbye to Charlie Trotter