(NEW YORK) -- People with diabetes rely on blood glucose devices to monitor their blood sugar levels, but now people who do not have diabetes are tapping into the technology. People without diabetes are using the devices, via apps, to learn more about how their... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Bees -- whether wild or managed --are integral to the production of the world's food supply. But as populations continue their steep decline, the crops that rely on pollination could become more scarce and even cease to exist in the future,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Time to take stock of what's in your freezer after a major frozen shrimp producer issued an expanded recall on a range of products due to salmonella concerns. Avanti Frozen Foods Pvt. Ltd, expanded a voluntarily recall that was first issued June... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Serenade Foods is recalling approximately 59,251 pounds of frozen, raw, breaded and pre-browned stuffed chicken products that may be contaminated with salmonella enteritidis. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced the recall on Monday. The recall includes... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Getting kids to eat a variety of foods is a struggle that even moms who are nutrition experts know well. "My first son fell off the growth chart starting when he was 6-months-old," Jennifer Anderson, a registered dietitian and mom of two,... Read More.
Daymon Scott "Daym" Patterson, better known as Daym Drops, is an American food critic and the host of the new Netflix food series Fresh, Fried & Crispy. As a culinary expert, Daym is known for his honest and often over-the-top reviews. However, the self-described #FoodTitan tells ABC Audio that, just because he's... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Just in time for national stop food waste day, which took place on Wednesday, one online grocer rooted in sustainability is doubling down on its efforts to fight climate change. Imperfect Foods recently pledged to become a net-zero carbon operation by 2030,... Read More.
By CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Tyson Foods said it will offer free, on-site COVID-19 vaccinations to thousands of its front-line workers in Arkansas, Kansas, North Carolina and Iowa.The company said it is working with healthcare services... Read More.