Government Wants To Change Food Labels To Cut Down On WasteThe U.S. government is hoping a change to the date on food labels can cut down on waste.
Florida Orange And Grapefruit Estimates Drop By Double DigitsThe official state fruit of Florida isn’t looking so good this season.
Birds Pulled From Fanny Pack At Miami Int'l AirportCustoms officials pulled six birds out of a traveler's fanny pack at Miami International Airport (MIA).
FDA Gives OK For Company's Genetically Engineered PotatoOne of the company's oldest business partners — McDonald's — has rejected using any of Simplot's genetically engineered potatoes.
Florida's Orange Crop In 'Free Fall'The outlook for production of Florida oranges, the state's signature crop, continues to drop.
Fear Not: You'll Get Your Thanksgiving Turkey, Pumpkin PieAmid fear over a possible turkey and pumpkin shortage due to the bird flu and heavy rains, Americans this year are being advised not to worry.
Meat Processor Recalling Over 160,000 Pounds Of Ground BeefOver 160,000 pounds of ground beef is being recalled by a Nebraska-based meat company over an E. coli scare.
Putnam: Citrus Industry 'In A Fight For Its Life'State Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam wants another $8.5 million next year to help fight a deadly citrus disease, as Florida's orange crop was forecast Friday to hit a 52-year low in the upcoming season.
UF Researchers Develop Device To Count Citrus Fruit DropResearchers at the University of Florida have invented a way to quickly and accurately count the amount of citrus fruit dropped early so that growers can see where the deadly citrus greening disease is most affecting groves.
Tenderized Meat To Be Labeled In 2016Some steaks and roasts on store shelves have been mechanically tenderized but until recently there were no rules in place to let consumers know if what they were buying had been tenderized, an important piece of information for consumers.
Florida's Orange Crop To Be Smaller Than AnticipatedFlorida's orange crop is set to be smaller than anticipated, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
USDA Predicts Drop In Citrus Production This YearThe U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is predicting a drop in citrus production for this year.