The golden age of frozen pizzas is finally here. From upgraded ingredients (like feta cheese and roasted garlic) to diet-friendly recipes (cauliflower crust, anyone?), today’s ready-made pies are definitely not the cardboard-flavored varieties served up in your childhood. If you haven’t taken a look around, our freezer aisle is packed with the best frozen pizza ...
Amid the glowing Shanghai signs advertising traditional hot noodles and dumplings, the mega-city’s residents are increasingly likely to see Colonel Sanders smiling down, beckoning them with his 11 herbs and spices.
One of the loudest arguments for restaurants and food companies to improve the nutritional quality of their offerings goes something like this: The artificially low cost of junk foods make them especially attractive to low-income Americans, who eat worse than those in the middle and upper classes.
There’s a reason Twinkies don’t get moldy, and chocolate chip cookies seem to last forever on gas station shelves—for decades, thousands of America’s favorite foods have been loaded with trans fats to keep them shelf stable.
Loads of fast food. Piles of sugar. Gobs of fat. The world is following America’s lead when it comes to eating—and that’s not a good thing. A new report in British journal The Lancet reveals that there’s been a 45 percent rise in diabetes worldwide between 1990 and 2013 alone. The numbers make it clear ...
Those famed golden arches are starting to look a little tarnished.
Kids aren’t so happy about Happy Meals anymore. New research published in the JAMA Pediatrics on Monday shows that children are eating less fast food overall than they were seven years ago.
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