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  • Purina Lawsuit: Blue Buffalo's 'By-Product Free' Pet Food Has By-Products

    Nestlé Purina Petcare Co., one of the world's largest pet food makers, sued The Blue Buffalo Company Ltd. in federal court Tuesday for allegedly lying to customers about the ingredients in its products. The Blue Buffalo Co., a small Wilton pet food...
  • Gluten-free isn't necessarily healthful, speakers say

    Gluten-free isn't necessarily healthful, speakers say
    Kristine Kidd, who has celiac disease and has written a cookbook on gluten-free foods,  says she likes to use polenta, nut flours, buckwheat and the like — avoiding for the most part “white starches” that don’t contain wheat but...
  • Vermont becomes first U.S. state to mandate GMO labeling

    Vermont becomes first U.S. state to mandate GMO labeling
    Vermont on Thursday became the first U.S. state to mandate labeling of foods made with genetically modified organisms as Governor Peter Shumlin signed a law that is widely expected to be challenged in court by some food and agriculture companies. The...
  • Organic products grew to $35.1 billion in sales

    Organic products grew to $35.1 billion in sales
    Nationwide sales of organic products continued to experience healthy growth last year, jumping 11.5% to $35.1 billion, according to the Organic Trade Assn. The Washington-based group representing organic businesses said growth rates are expected to at...
  • Three Jerks Jerky: Friends turn filet mignon into your favorite snack

    Three Jerks Jerky: Friends turn filet mignon into your favorite snack
    Almost two years ago, at an apartment in Newport Beach, best friends Daniel Fogelson and Jordan Barrocas sat on a couch eating jerky. Unimpressed, they resolved to do something about it. But instead of shopping for a different brand, they decided to...
  • Are L.A.'s gluten-free, grass-fed foodies making you crazy?

    Are L.A.'s gluten-free, grass-fed foodies making you crazy?
    Whenever my mom is planning a family dinner, she always does the rounds before grocery shopping to see what dietary restrictions we’re currently imposing on ourselves. “Eating disorders,” she calls them. We’re an annoying bunch,...
  • Vermont's new GMO law may upend food industry nationwide

    The biggest worry weighing on the nation's food industry may not be drought in the West, farmworker shortages or turbulent international trade negotiations, but a change in the regulatory code in Vermont. Under a law signed this month, the tiny New...
  • Too much added sugar can sour your health

    Too much added sugar can sour your health
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the average American consumes more than 22 teaspoons of added sugars every day. Sugars and syrups are injected into processed foods, stirred in during cooking, or sprinkled on at the table. But how much...
  • Int'l Star You Should Know: Luke Bracey

    Sydney native Luke Bracey debuted on Australian TV series "Home and Away" in 2009, and landed his first film role opposite Leighton Meester in 2011's romance adventure "Monte Carlo," followed by "G.I. Joe: Retaliation." He next joins Pierce Brosnan in...
  • New York's Row NYC Hotel Brings Paparazzo Style to Times Square

    After a two-year, $140 million renovation, Gotham's Milford Plaza hotel re-launched this spring as Row NYC. Located in the heart of Times Square, home to MTV Networks, Conde Nast Publications, Viacom and more, the hotel's focal point is the digital art...
  • Chan Lowe: Fast-food workers' unhappy meal

    Chan Lowe: Fast-food workers' unhappy meal
    It’s about time fast-food workers went on the march. The work is miserable and hard, it’s unfulfilling, and the pay sucks.  Back in the day, fast-food jobs were sought mainly by entry-level young people, which is why they paid the minimum...