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The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), in collaboration with federal and provincial public health partners, is investigating an outbreak of Escherichia coli, called E. coli O121. The source of the outbreak has not been identified.

Something 'fishy' going on at LA sushi restaurants: study

Next time you order halibut, red snapper or yellowfin tuna at a sushi restaurant in the Los Angeles area, you may want to ask for proof of what's on your plate.

Tampa Food Not Bombs activists arrested for feeding the hungry

Seven volunteers for Tampa Food Not Bombs, part of a loose-knit network sharing vegan and vegetarian meals with hungry people around the world, were arrested on Saturday for serving food in a park without a permit.

The little something that makes France's New Year cake

All over France this month millions of children will excitedly bite into a flaky pastry cake hoping to come upon a tiny toy or trinket.

Just Eat delivery driver delivers cold tablets to customer

Just Eat connects hungry customers to independent take-out food restaurants. Recently, one customer requested medicine with their order.

Kalamaki wins 'Best Greek Restaurant' in 2017 'Best of Queens'

Kalamaki GR has a major reason to celebrate. It has been named "Best Greek Restaurant" in the borough of Queens, New York.

Brews brothers: Norman monks revive ancient beer tradition

Behind the centuries-old stone walls of a Benedictine monastery in northern France, monks are busy bringing a long-lost tradition back to life.

Anchovy-stuffed olives from Spain recalled in U.S., Canada

American Roland Food Corp. of New York, NY, in cooperation with the manufacturer in Spain, is recalling one lot of Roland Manzanilla Olives Stuffed with Anchovies due to a product quality issue. The recall covers the U.S. and Canada.

DxE open rescue: Working toward 'total animal liberation' Special

It was a busy year at Direct Action Everywhere (DxE), the Berkeley-based animal rights group working to save animals from suffering and slaughter around the world and to raise awareness among our own species of the inherent cruelty of animal agriculture.

Carnegie Deli, a New York institution, closes its doors

For 79 years it reigned as a New York culinary institution: the Carnegie Deli, frequented by locals and visitors for its ginormous sandwiches, and immortalized in the Woody Allen movie "Broadway Danny Rose.

Nigeria's 'plastic rice' real but inedible

Around 100 bags of "plastic rice" seized in Lagos have turned out to contain real but contaminated rice, authorities said Friday in Nigeria, where prices for the staple have rocketed.Tests on the rice have shown that the product is "not plastic but ......

Taiwan prisoners turn artisan chefs as 'jail food' takes off

If it were not for the locked doors, knives chained to the table and uniformed staff, the food factory inside Taoyuan women's prison would resemble any commercial kitchen.

Britain gets creative in fighting rampant food waste

One of Europe's worst offenders on food waste, Britain is beginning to get its act together thanks to a surge in volunteer initiatives that help the poor as well as creating a bit of seasonal cheer."That's what I come out for, to have a little chat...

Maria Petridis crowned 'Chopped' Champion on Food Network show Special

Bayside chef Maria Petridis has been crowned "Chopped" champion last night after triumphing in the competition show on the Food Network.

China's Sichuan cannot get enough spicy marinated rabbit heads

Chinese diners greedily crack open delicate rabbit skulls and slurp down their contents, tucking into a delicacy so popular in one province that it has to import its supplies from France.

Op-Ed: Neraki is New York's best Greek restaurant of 2016

Neraki Greek Mediterranean Grill, located in Huntington, Long Island, is the best Greek restaurant in New York State for 2016.

Recalls for Salmonella contamination have now become nationwide

It began as a rare incident where armed federal agents seized over four million pounds of dry milk powder from a major dairy cooperative on November 30, but it has turned into a major, nationwide recall of all kinds of products, including gift baskets.

Long forgotten, Queens now a must for NY foodies

Foodies are flocking to Queens, the New York borough that has long lived in the shadow of glitzy Manhattan, as it emerges as a treasure trove of good eats.

New Keurig-compatible pods give whole new meaning to coffee pot

Many of us can't properly start our day without that first cup of coffee. But for those who also need a little kick with their morning cup of Joe, BrewBudz has got you covered with their new Keurig-compatible coffee pods with added cannabis flower.

Two million pounds of under-cooked chicken recalled nationwide

National Steak and Poultry is recalling approximately 1,976,089 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products due to adulteration because of possible under-cooking, massively expanding an initial recall on Nov. 23.

Swiss restaurant still in world's top 10 despite chef's suicide

The Swiss restaurant named the best in the world last year remained in the top 10 of the La Liste ranking Monday despite the tragic loss of its star chef who killed himself weeks after lifting the honour.

In Madrid, the homeless dine out... for free

It is early evening at a restaurant in central Madrid and Jose Silva sits down for a meal of rice, meatballs and vegetables as waiters flit from one table to another. All very normal, except for one crucial detail: Silva, 42, cannot afford to pay.

Canada: Nationwide recall of Sobey's broccoli slaw over listeria

Sobey's Inc. is recalling its Compliments brand Broccoli Slaw due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The recall covers all provinces, with the exception of Quebec.

Emerging culinary trend in Moscow is not for the 'faint of heart'

Diners in Moscow, Russia are being treated to traditional Cossack cuisine in the city's newest bistro, the Krasnodar. The eatery is the latest creation of butcher-turned restaurateur Tahir Kholikberdiyev, and its menu features river-rat.

Holiday baking reminder — just say no to raw dough and batter

It's holiday time again — the perfect time for families to spend time together baking holiday cookies, cakes and even bread to share with loved ones. So bear with us as we share some important safety tips to follow that will keep your family healthy.

First crisp restaurant opens in London

Niche restaurants are popping up around the world, catering for different tastes. Even here one specializing in crisps (or 'chips') seems a little bizarre.

Top Danish restaurant fined for hygiene breaches

Denmark's only three-star Michelin restaurant on Thursday faced questions over hygiene after it was fined 20,000 kroner (2,688 euros, $2,839) by the country's food safety authority.

Sabra Dipping Co. recall prompts secondary recall of products

Following the recall of Sabra Dipping Company's select hummus products on November 19, three locations of Taylor Farms Inc. are recalling a limited number of products that contain Sabra's recalled products.
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