The use of pink slime in ground beef has taken a lot of flak recently. Now, a food industry expert is speaking out against the backlash - defending it's use.
But some food industry experts say that the company’s trip through the grinder is unfair
Light beer - the darling of the beer industry in the late 1970's and early 1980's - might have met it's match. As wine and spirit sales skyrocket and craft beers gain in popularity, light beer sales have stagnated
As a Digital Immigrant, I hold fast to my land-line telephone, vinyl records, personal checks, and books. While I have embraced the online world, I am steadfast that I hate to see traditional mediums and formats die
You already know that orange juice is good for you - packed with Vitamin C and other healthy nutrients. Now, scientists are working to develop a "super"-orange juice that would ward off all sorts of ailements
Gas prices might be on the rise, but the cost of milk isn't.
Record dairy profits and milder weather are leading to a surge in milk supplies from Auckland to California, turning last year’s best-performing commodity contract into one of the worst of 2012
Should you get audited, brace yourself. The I.R.S. would not have called you in unless the red flag came up somewhere on your return. It's most important to bring all your receipts with you, even receipts which you could have, but did not declare on your return
What exactly is in that ground beef that you're eating? Apparently, something called "Pink Slime" - and the USDA is okay with it.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) defended the use of ammonium-treated beef, dubbed "pink slime" by detractors, in meals destined for U
Looking to avoid a label on their products that would warn consumers about an elevated cancer risk, both Coke and Pepsi have changed their cola formulas.
Coke and Pepsi are making some changes to their formula to avoid having their cans slapped with a cancer warning label
From a marketing standpoint, you have to admire the job that McDonalds has done with the McRib sandwich; Their give-and-take with consumers has developed a pressed-meat, barbecue sauce-covered sandwich into a cult favorite
Much like their fast-food competitors have done over the last few years, Wendy's is gearing up for an image overhaul that they hope will revitalize their profits.
Wendy's Co. is betting that a sleek new look for its restaurants, coupled with a revamped menu featuring its new premium Dave's Hot 'N Juicy burger, will rejuvenate its image as a higher-end fast food chain
It's an interesting experiment for a business model. Two years ago, the Panera Bread Company opened a cafe in Missouri - that didn't "charge" for the food you ordered; Instead, customers were prompted to pay what they wanted to for the food - after being given the "suggested menu prices"
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