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A produce display is seen at the Fort Bragg North Commissary in N.C. Commissary officials are floating a proposal that could cause the cost of fresh fruits and vegetables to skyrocket in stores in Guam, Japan and South Korea.
Deli owner Debbie Halls-Evans is savouring success after triumphing in Channel 4's The Taste, following a nail-biting finale of the cookery show.
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To help promote green living habits in Vietnam, the 1+1>2 International Architecture Company partnered with Action for the City to create a Vegetable Nursery Home made from bamboo and over 2,000 plastic bottles.
Master gardener Joann Reckling tends to her backyard garden, March 2. Reckling has turned her desert backyard into a cornucopia of flowers, herbs and vegetables.
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.
While national interest in agriculture has declined over the past five years, the US Department of Agriculture reports a five percent increase in New Hampshire farms .
KFC is fighting back with its Colonel's Double Fillet monster. * McDonald's hopes to beat last year's sales of 296 million Fillet O' Fish with cheese, says spokeswoman Dayna Proud.
Heinz is withdrawing six varieties of infant food sold in pouch and spout packaging in Canada due to a potential packaging defect.
Invented in Buffalo, N.Y., during the '60s, Buffalo chicken wings have become a national favorite.
The answer: Eating plenty of vegetables every day is a good thing, raw or cooked.
OK, you're right. Nobody calls it Big Potato. It is just five people in a downtown Washington office with potato posters on the walls, a few Mr. Potato Heads scattered around and a modest lobbying budget.
Two distinct diet armies have formed in the battle against obesity. One side, backed by the USDA food pyramid, argues for low-fat diets that contain grains, veggies, fruit and moderate amounts of protein.
This recipe, courtesy of Martha's daughter Alexis, takes full advantage of summer's availability of fresh vegetables.
Lord knows, it shouldn't be so hard to make vegetables taste good. Many cuisines do it with ease.
Intro: If you know how to store produce, you'll keep all those delish spring vegetables like asparagus fresh and bananas tasty.