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Next Wave of Food Stars Come From Hollywood, Not Kitchen

By Kevin Begos | Nov 24
The flamboyant chefs who boost their careers with TV shows and cookbooks have tough new competition, but it isn't coming from the kitchen.

Sugar and Corn Industries Settle Sweetener Spat

By Brian Melley | Nov 23
A bitter billion-dollar battle in the sweetener wars came to an end Friday as sugar processors and the makers of high fructose corn syrup announced a secret out-of-court settlement.

FDA Approves GMO Salmon, AKA "Frankenfish"

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Nov 19
What's for dinner? Before long, it may well be genetically modified salmon, the first such altered animal cleared for human consumption in the United States.

In the Spirit: Shake Up Your Holiday Cocktails

Nov 19
Does your bar cart need a makeover? EDGE offers delectable cocktail creations to shake up your Thanksgiving and carry you through to a deliriously delicious New Year.

Viral Review Triggers Run on Patti LaBelle Pies at Wal-Mart

By J.M. Hirsch | Nov 17
Two million pounds of sweet potatoes. That's what it's going to take to get Patti LaBelle's suddenly famous sweet potato pie back onto shelves at Wal-Mart.

Consumers Behind Accelerated Shift to Cage-Free Eggs in U.S.

By David Pitt | Nov 16
It's one of the largest-scale examples of agribusiness adapting to consumers' growing sensitivities and anxieties over how their food is treated before it is on their plates and in their stomachs.

Virginia Welcomes Oyster Lovers

By Troy Petenbrink | Nov 15
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe first announced the Virginia Oyster Trail in August 2014, and today - following more than a year of planning and development - he officially decreed the trail open for business.

Iran Seeks Revival of Caviar Industry in Post-Sanctions Era

By Ali Akbar Dareini | Nov 15
On the shores of the Caspian Sea, an ambitious project is underway to produce a pricey delicacy that could boost Iran's economy as sanctions ease: Caviar.

Beer Merger Leaves Future Uncertain for Competitors

By Danica Kirka | Nov 15
Heineken, Molson Coors and Carlsberg are storied brewers that trace their roots back hundreds of years and have loyal drinkers around the world. But the merger of their two biggest competitors leaves such mid-size brewers without a clear way forward.

Wine Spirit and Bucking Fashion

By Billy Nordmeier | Nov 14
Unlike the fashion sense of the '80s, there is such a thing as true innovation, which mistakenly, I believe, we label as"trends." Here's what's ascendent in the SoCal cocktail world.

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