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Warm fruit desserts are one of my favorite ways to end a meal or dress up a weekend breakfast.
March is colorectal cancer month. Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the U.S., but you may be able to decrease your risk by including more fiber in your diet.
The planting session was the culmination of three years of effort to establish the village's community orchard and also coincided with Climate Week.
There's a perception that snacking is bad for us. A nibble here and a nosh there can quickly add up in calories and make us gain weight.
BC Tree Fruits has extended its partnership with Sutherland S.A. Produce Inc. for three more years, to manage the Kelowna, British Columbia, shipper's cherry crop to the 2016 season.
The Food and Drug Administration recently came out with a sweet surprise. Its proposed new nutrition label will finally give us a bit of key information we need to understand our food: the amount of added sugars.
Whole grains are good for us, offering fiber, vitamins and other nutrients. But can they really be tasty enough for our kids to enjoy? And how do we add them to more of our meals? Consider whole grains your blank canvas, says Susan Moores, a Twin Cities, Minn.-based dietitian.
Bananas have become so popular in America that even a major merger and a minor plague might not impact their prices too much.
MEALTIMES ASSURED: Marty the chimp tucks into a banana at Wellington Zoo watched by Malika.
Chiquita bananas are on display at a grocery store in Bainbridge, Ohio in a file photo.
Many people will be celebrating St. Patrick's Day by cooking up batches of corned beef and cabbage and splurging on snack foods dyed shockingly green.
Celebrating their achievement are, from left, Bec Hyndman, head of RE, and students Alex Brogan and Jack Barton, both aged 17, Moehiena Bashir, aged 16, Momina Nasir and Katie Bevan, both aged 17, and Imogen Brady, aged 18 The college has committed itself to selling items with the Fairtrade mark, such as tea and coffee, confectionery and fruit.
Tropical fruit supplier Fyffes is to merge with US-based rival Chiquita in a deal creating the world's largest banana company.
On tonight's HLN/UpWave semi-final episode of "Cook Your Ass Off," host and chef Richard Blais challenges three chefs who won their preliminary round, to compete to help people with bad eating habits, spruce up their diet with healthy versions of the unhealthy food they love on this episode titled "Diabetes-Friendly."
If you think a fruit salad just involves chopping up a bunch of fruit and putting it into a bowl, think again.