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Celebrating the 4th of July with a cookout will cost significantly more than two years ago, although prices have fallen slightly from record highs in 2022.

There is money to be made — and the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions — by finding a second life for food-processing waste products.

Kym Seabolt has noticed not only higher prices at the grocery store but also smaller-sized products.

Alan Guebert breaks down the arguments that support Kroger and Albertsons potentially completing their recently announced $24.6-billion merger.

The nutrition labels on some foods have changed and will soon change on other foods to meet new USDA rules. Here's what you need to know about the changes.

In his column this week, Alan Guebert sheds some light on the recent growth of the meatless meat market and tells farmers why they shouldn't even be mad.

USDA, EPA and FDA invite you to participate in Winning on Reducing Food Waste Month. Learn how you can join the effort to reduce food waste and loss.

We have so many more foods to choose from today. There are even new animal foods coming into the marketplace that once would have been considered fictional.

Last week the FDA announced that it was banning the use of seven synthetic food-flavoring additives that have been linked to the development of cancer.

Consumers aren't sold on “cultured meat” — meats that don’t come directly from animals, but instead from cell cultures grown in a lab. What do you think?