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  • Fitness Files: Trust Dr. Slayback on this one

    I'm a person who likes to eat. When not eating, I read about food. I read studies that say drink red wine, eat goji berries, toss down vitamin C, E and D. Coffee's good for us, and so is chocolate, and then there's green tea and kale and real butter....
  • Lacrosse star Rob Pannell could be first athlete voted to be on front of Wheaties box

    Lacrosse star Rob Pannell could be first athlete voted to be on front of Wheaties box
    I'm old enough to remember that it was a big deal when athletes were chosen to grace the front of a Wheaties box, yet I've never eaten a flake of it. General Mills would like to change that. The company has unveiled a promotion that, for the first...
  • Ghetto Film School Gives L.A. Students a Head Start on Hollywood Careers

    21st Century Fox's Peter Rice, director David O. Russell, Los Angeles City Councilman Gil Cedillo and Los Angeles' film czar Ken Ziffren were among those who helped launch a West Coast version of New York's Ghetto Film School, which prepares high school-...
  • Nestle imposes animal welfare standards for suppliers

    Swiss corporate giant Nestle pledged broad new animal welfare standards for its worldwide suppliers Thursday, becoming the latest major food company looking to limit some of the harmful effects of its global footprint. The move — described by...
  • Kellogg pushes greener goals

    More than 100 years ago, W.K. Kellogg used recycled materials to package his first box of cereal. Now, Kellogg Co. is taking fresh steps to improve the effect its production has on the environment. On Wednesday, the world's largest cereal-maker is set...
  • Kellogg boosts efforts to help battle climate change

    Kellogg boosts efforts to help battle climate change
    Kellogg Co. is the latest food giant to pledge steep cuts in carbon emissions in its supply chain, one of several promises made by the company Wednesday to help combat climate change. The Battle Creek, Mich.-based cereal maker joins General Mills, which...
  • Darden completes $2.1 billion sale of its Red Lobster chain

    Darden completes $2.1 billion sale of its Red Lobster chain
    Red Lobster began a new era Monday, as Orlando-based Darden Restaurants completed its $2.1 billion sale to private equity firm Golden Gate Capital. The chain is going "back to the basics of being not just the biggest, but the best seafood restaurant,"...
  • General Mills takes new steps to combat climate change

    General Mills takes new steps to combat climate change
    General Mills said Monday it would take new steps to combat climate change, including expanding its emission reduction targets to include its vast network of suppliers and contractors. About two-thirds of General Mills’ greenhouse gas emissions...
  • Lobbying expenditures against GMO labeling soar this year

    Lobbying expenditures against GMO labeling soar this year
    The food industry spent $9 million lobbying Congress to oppose laws requiring labeling for genetically modified products in the first quarter of this year, nearly matching its total spending for all of last year, a new report said. The Washington D.C.-...
  • Franken Berry, Boo Berry cereals back for Halloween

    Franken Berry, Boo Berry cereals back for Halloween
    It may be hard to believe, but Halloween is just around the corner. To celebrate, General Mills is bringing back some of its classic cereal flavors and characters. Because nothing says the holidays like getting nostalgic about your favorite childhood...
  • Rainforest Action Network to PepsiCo, General Mills: Stop killing orangutans

    The Rainforest Action Network, an organization that campaigns for the world's rain forests, is on a mission to rid your snack food of what it calls "conflict palm oil." And it's naming some of America's most popular snack food companies, including Pepsi,...