- Drone forum: Ore. farmers told to focus on data Updated: Dec-10-13 5:42 pm
- Go For the Food: Braving the crowds at Rock Center Updated: Dec-10-13 4:01 pm
- Ariz. couple calls 911 after incorrect food order Updated: Dec-10-13 2:56 pm
- Montgomery schools eliminating strawberry milk Updated: Dec-10-13 8:55 am
- Europe: Diet sweetener aspartame is safe in cola Updated: Dec-10-13 8:13 am
- Pricey French wine missing from Denver hotel Updated: Dec-09-13 7:14 pm
- Maui councilwoman introduces pesticide bill Updated: Dec-09-13 5:07 pm
- McDonald's: Key US sales figure slipped in Nov. Updated: Dec-09-13 4:57 pm
- UNO instructor named 'Chef of the Year' Updated: Dec-09-13 6:59 am
- Maine water utilities compete in water taste test Updated: Dec-09-13 5:04 am
- Ohio-Ky. airport board spent $102K on food, booze Updated: Dec-08-13 3:59 pm
- Food-tech startups aim to replace eggs and chicken Updated: Dec-08-13 3:25 pm
- SC sugar cane used to make Charleston rum Updated: Dec-08-13 1:23 pm
- As wine fakers get sharper, industry fights back Updated: Dec-08-13 2:41 am
- Craft breweries continuing to expand in Iowa Updated: Dec-07-13 11:54 am
- Beer soap dream comes true for farming couple Updated: Dec-07-13 11:40 am
- China seeking to export apples to US Updated: Dec-07-13 11:11 am
- Richmond spot becomes cultural magnet Updated: Dec-07-13 10:07 am
- Nigella Lawson: A brand blemished but unbowed Updated: Dec-07-13 9:05 am
- Captain pleads guilty to trying to sell shark fins Updated: Dec-06-13 8:35 pm
- California citrus growers fight off cold spell Updated: Dec-06-13 6:01 pm
- Craze for coveted craft brews creates black market Updated: Dec-06-13 4:54 pm
- Alaska renews push to amass emergency food stocks Updated: Dec-06-13 4:28 pm
- Peanut butter plant can resume limited operations Updated: Dec-06-13 2:34 pm
- Iconic Saratoga Springs restaurant up for sale Updated: Dec-06-13 8:08 am
MCMINNVILLE, Oregon - Farmers in Oregon's wine country shouldn't get distracted by drone technology when what's important to their business is the data the devices can collect, an entrepreneur in the emerging field advised a gathering.
NEW YORK - Plenty of people brave Rockefeller Center's holiday crowds to see the famous Christmas tree and take a spin on the ice. But nobody goes to Rock Center this time of year just for the food - unless they also crave long waits and overpriced menus designed for tourists.
PHOENIX - A couple called 911 after they didn't receive hash browns with their breakfast order at a Mesa fast-food restaurant.
ROCKVILLE, Maryland - Montgomery County schools are removing strawberry milk from their cafeterias.
AMSTERDAM - The European Food Safety Authority has found that the artificial sweetener aspartame is safe for people to consume at the levels currently used in diet soft drinks.
DENVER - Six bottles of a rare French wine that could fetch thousands of dollars on the black market were swiped from the wine cellar at a Denver Hotel.
WAILUKU, Hawaii - A member of the Maui County Council has introduced a bill that would mandate commercial agricultural entities disclose pesticides and use of genetically modified organisms.
OAK BROOK, Illinois - McDonald's said Monday that a key sales figure slipped 0.8 percent in the U.S. last month, as the world's biggest hamburger chain faced tough competition and flat traffic.
NEW ORLEANS - University of New Orleans instructor Ricardo Fredricks has been named Chef of the Year by the New Orleans chapter of the American Culinary Federation.
FREEPORT, Maine - Maine water utilities are squaring off this week in a competition for which one has the best tasting water.
CINCINNATI - A newspaper analysis has found that the governing board of an airport serving Ohio and Kentucky spent more than $102,000 over five years on food and alcohol served after meetings, an average of $1,700 a month in taxpayer dollars.
SAN FRANCISCO - The startup is housed in a garage-like space in San Francisco's tech-heavy South of Market neighborhood, but it isn't like most of its neighbors that develop software, websites and mobile-phone apps. Its mission is to find plant replacements for eggs.
ST. GEORGE, South Carolina - In a state with an appetite for alcohol, a Charleston distiller is using home-grown sugar cane to make a type of rum seldom produced in the United States.
SAINT-EMILION, France - An FBI agent recently showed Arnaud de Laforcade a file with several labels supposedly from 1947 bottles of Chateau Cheval Blanc, one of France's finest wines. To the Saint-Emilion vineyard's CFO, they were clearly fakes - too new looking, not on the right kind of paper.
DECORAH, Iowa - For a state more known for its fertility than fermentation, Iowa has produced a bumper crop of craft beer brewers.
LEBANON, Tennessee - James Ray was a homebrewer and his wife, Eileen Ray, a fellow beer drinker, so when the young farming couple began brainstorming unique varieties for their fledgling soap business last year, beer was high on the priority list.
SPOKANE, Washington - China has its sights set on exporting its fruit to the United States. And that's OK with growers in Washington, who harvest the bulk of America's apple crop.
RICHMOND, Virginia - It's just a little corner of two little streets in Richmond that don't really lead anywhere: Addison, which peters out into a footbridge half a block south, and Parkwood, which runs into an abandoned bus barn a block west.
When celebrity chefs cut themselves, how much they bleed is a matter of brand.
HONOLULU - A fishing boat captain told a federal judge Friday he tried to sell shark fins to a Honolulu hotel restaurant so he could earn some extra money for his crew.
SANTA ANA, California - Citrus grower Fred LoBue breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after two sleepless nights monitoring the icy temperatures in his family's Central Valley orange groves.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Fancy a pint of Pliny the Elder or Heady Topper double India pale ales, but can't find it in your neighborhood? Get out your wallet.
JUNEAU, Alaska - Alaska is renewing an effort to secure a massive stockpile of emergency food supplies to be ready in case a major disaster cuts the state off from supply lines.
PORTALES, New Mexico - A bankruptcy judge is allowing an eastern New Mexico peanut butter plant involved in a nationwide salmonella outbreak last year to resume limited operations.