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MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Corn Syrup Ads

Article by AP | Published 03/22/19 | Comments (0)

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Manischewitz Adds Some New Flavor To A Longtime Look

Article by JDN | Published 03/22/19 | Comments (0)

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Hometown Food Company Recalls Two Production LOT Codes ...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/13/19 | Comments (0)

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Advice On Salt, Hidden In An Array Of Foods, Gets Speci...

Article by AP | Published 03/05/19 | Comments (0)

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The Chief Rabbinate Of Israel Agrees To ‘Chametz ...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 02/28/19 | Comments (0)

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Israeli Startups Join Firms Making Lab-grown 'Clea...

Article by AP | Published 02/25/19 | Comments (0)

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New Factory Will Bring Osem’s Production Up to a ...

Article by Arutz Sheva | Published 02/24/19 | Comments (0)

The Israeli “Osem” company dedicated its new factory in southern Israel earlier this week. The factory, which is Kiryat...

   
 

Futuristic Snack Developed by Israeli Food Company Invo...

Article by Nurit Kadosh and Amarelle Wenkert / CTec | Published 02/24/19 | Comments (0)

Israeli food and beverage manufacturer Strauss Group Inc. is testing out a futuristic new snack, made with the same technology used by NASA food scient...

   
 

Bamba Is Set To Hit The Shelves Of US Retail Giant Walm...

Article by BJLife Israel Newsroom | Published 02/20/19 | Comments (0)

World-famous and beloved Israeli peanut snack Bamba is set t...

   
 

Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock Beer Now Star-D Dairy

Article by Star-K | Published 02/18/19 | Comments (0)

Please note that Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock Beer will now be certified STAR-D DAIRY and will bear the STAR-D symbol. Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock Beer ...

   
 

Taking Care of Our Brain

Article by BJLIfe/Alan Freishtat | Published 02/18/19 | Comments (0)

We all know by now the profound impact food consumption has ...

   
 

Is Burnt Toast Bad for You?

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 02/17/19 | Comments (0)

A new warning about the health risks of eating browned potatoes and burnt toast draws a link between a chemical called acrylamide and an increased risk...

   
 

Nestle Denies Claims It’s Planning To Sell Bamba ...

Article by Arutz Sheva | Published 02/13/19 | Comments (0)

Bamba lovers, some bad news: Nestle apparently isn’t in talks to distribute the Israeli snack in the U.S. The Israeli news si...

   
 

Grab A Soda And Go: Convenience Stores Get More Conven...

Article by AP | Published 02/09/19 | Comments (0)

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Tel Aviv Eateries Ditching Tzohar To Join The Rabbanut

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 02/01/19 | Comments (0)

Two Tel Aviv branches of the Aroma café chain which had used kosher certifications provided by the Tzohar organization have transitioned to the ...

   
 

Starbucks Faces Tricky Time As Ex-CEO Mulls Presidentia...

Article by AP | Published 02/01/19 | Comments (0)

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California City Approves 25-Cent Fee On Disposable Cups

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 01/31/19 | Comments (0)

In what the city touts as the country’s “most ambitious” plan to reduce food-related waste, Berkeley, California, passed legislation ...

   
 

Washington Baker Apologizes For 'Build That Wall&#...

Article by AP | Published 01/28/19 | Comments (0)

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Back To The Basics: Bimbo Bakeries USA Confirms Kosher ...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 01/23/19 | Comments (0)

(January 23, 2019 / JNS) After&am...

   
 

Trump Serves Fast Food To White House Guests Amid Shutd...

Article by AP | Published 01/15/19 | Comments (0)

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FDA Says Most Food Inspections Halted Amid Shutdown

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 01/09/19 | Comments (0)

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says&nbs...

   
 

USDA: Food Stamps Will Be Funded Through February

Article by AP | Published 01/09/19 | Comments (0)

Washington - The Trump administration says benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as food stamps, will be funded thro...

   
 

Are You Eating Enough?

Article by BJLIfe/Alan Freishtat | Published 01/07/19 | Comments (0)

It makes sense—just eat less and you will lose weight....

   
 

Fish Smell Could Have Caused Brooklyn Boy's Fatal ...

Article by AP | Published 01/04/19 | Comments (0)

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Israel Allowing Chometz In Hospitals

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 01/03/19 | Comments (0)

In response to a petition to the Israeli High Court demanding a stop to the banning of chometz in Israeli hospit...

   
 

Citing 'Spiritual Trauma,’ Judge Orders Comp...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 01/03/19 | Comments (0)

The small claims court case was p...

   
 

Food Project Competition : Israeli Algae Falafel Wins P...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 01/03/19 | Comments (0)

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Low Carb? Low Fat? What The Latest Dieting Studies Tel...

Article by AP | Published 01/01/19 | Comments (0)

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US Traces Lettuce Outbreak To At Least 1 California Far...

Article by AP | Published 12/13/18 | Comments (0)

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Artificial Dyes Fading, But Food Will Still Get Color ...

Article by AP | Published 12/10/18 | Comments (0)

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Don't Eat Raw Cookie Dough: CDC

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 12/08/18 | Comments (0)

The holidays are upon us and for many that means family time in the kitchen preparing delicious baked goods and maybe even licking the spoon before the...

   
 

A Bad Rap for Carbohydrates

Article by BJLIfe/Alan Freishtat | Published 11/28/18 | Comments (0)

We live in a world of extremes.  For those who want...

   
 

Achdut Recalls Multiple Brands of "Tahini" Be...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 11/28/18 | Comments (0)

Achdut LTD. of Ariel, Israel, is recalling its Tahini produc...

   
 

'Romaine' Vigilant: FDA Lifts Nationwide Ban ...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 11/28/18 | Comments (0)

It’s OK to eat romaine lettuce again, the ...

   
 

Produce Industry Expects To Ship Some Romaine Again Soo...

Article by AP | Published 11/26/18 | Comments (0)

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Harvesting In A Trade War: U.S. Crops Rot As Storage Co...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 11/22/18 | Comments (0)

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Chef Dan: A Man for All 'SEASON'ingS

Article by BJLife/Margie Pensak | Published 11/21/18 | Comments (0)

Baltimore, MD — November 20, 2018 - ...

   
 

Romaine Lettuce Is Not Safe To Eat, CDC Warns U.S. Cons...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 11/20/18 | Comments (0)

Romaine lettuce is unsafe to eat in any form, the Centers fo...

   
 

Watch: ‘Kosherfest’ 2018 Puts New Spin On J...

Article by BJLife Newsroom | Published 11/14/18 | Comments (0)

CBS2’s Clark Fouraker and the Kosher Guru has the latest on Kosherfest, an exhibition dedicated to new products in the kosher food industry....

   
 

Records: FBI Met With Man Accused Of Threatening Synago...

Article by AP | Published 11/14/18 | Comments (0)

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No Accounting For These Tastes: Artificial Flavors A My...

Article by AP | Published 11/14/18 | Comments (0)

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With Uber Eats' Fast Growth Comes Potential For Pr...

Article by AP | Published 11/11/18 | Comments (0)

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Gum, Bottled Water, Pizza Bagels Want To Be Called ...

Article by AP | Published 10/30/18 | Comments (0)

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L’Chaim! Disney’s Epcot Adds A Jewish Kitch...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 10/28/18 | Comments (0)

While there’s a LOT of food to be excited about at Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays, there’s a new holiday kitchen that...

   
 

Two Kosher Businesses Compete for Investments on &lsquo...

Article by The Algemeiner/Shiryn Ghermezian | Published 10/28/18 | Comments (0)

Two kosher businesses were vying for investments Sunday night on ABC’s “Shark Tank,”...

   
 

Rabbinate Decides on Unified Kosher Symbol for All Rabb...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 10/25/18 | Comments (0)

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StarKist Admits Fixing Tuna Prices, Faces $100 Million ...

Article by AP | Published 10/18/18 | Comments (0)

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Modified Cotton Could Be Human Food Source After US Gre...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 10/17/18 | Comments (0)

Washington - U.S. regulators have cleared the way for farmers to grow a cotton plant genetically modified to make the cottonseed edible for people, a p...

   
 

Israeli Frankincense Farmer Cashes In On Rare Honey

Article by AP | Published 10/10/18 | Comments (0)

Almog, West Bank - An Israeli farmer has cashed in by making exotic honey from a rare tree that produces frankincense — the resin once worth its ...

   
 

Uber CEO: We’re Going After Groceries Next

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 10/10/18 | Comments (0)

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Meet The Farmers Of The Future: Robots

Article by AP | Published 10/04/18 | Comments (0)

San Carlos, CA - Brandon Alexander would like to introduce you to Angus, the farmer of the future. He’s heavyset, weighing in at nearly 1,000 pou...

   
 

Just Dunkin’: Dunkin’ Donuts To Change Its ...

Article by AP | Published 09/27/18 | Comments (0)

Dunkin’ is dropping the donuts — from its name, anyway. Doughnuts are still on the menu, but Dunkin’ Donuts is re...

   
 

Agadir Burger Opens A Mehadrin Kosher Branch In Bnei Br...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 09/08/18 | Comments (0)

THE FOLLOWING IS VIA YWN The Agadir burger chain in Israel has opened its first kosher branch, a mehadrin kosher store, in Bnei Bra...

   
 

Historic Food Network Victory As First Kosher Orthodox ...

Article by Sandy Eller | Published 09/07/18 | Comments (0)

Staten Island, NY - After airing more than 450 episodes, the popular Food Network cooking show Chopped finally crowned its first kosher champion this w...

   
 

Orthodox Jewish Teen Becomes First ‘Chopped&rsquo...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 09/05/18 | Comments (0)

A 12-year-old from Staten Island, NY, became the first Ortho...

   
 

Black Eyed Pea Update For Baltimore Community

Article by Star-K | Published 09/04/18 | Comments (0)

Baltimore, MD - Sept. 4, 2018&a...

   
 

Seasons Come and Go - Updated as of Aug. 24, 2018

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 08/24/18 | Comments (0)

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Traces of Weed Killer Found in Cheerios and Quaker Oats

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 08/16/18 | Comments (0)

Traces of a controversial herbicide have been found in Cheerios, Quaker Oats oatmeal, and other breakfast foods that could increase the risk of cancer,...

   
 

Amazon Launches Curbside Pickup At Whole Foods Stores

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 08/08/18 | Comments (0)

Seattle - Amazon.com Inc on Wednesday said it was launching curbside pickup at Whole Foods stores, in its latest tactic to win over U.S. grocery shoppe...

   
 

New MD Food Recall, This Time For Feces-Borne Parasite

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 08/05/18 | Comments (0)

Certain salads and wraps sold at Trade...

   
 

Almond Milk Recalled For Containing Milk

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 08/03/18 | Comments (0)

WASHINGTON — Cartons of almond milk are being recalled for containing milk — an allergen not listed on the label. ...

   
 

Trump Sides With House In Fight Over Food Stamps

Article by AP | Published 08/02/18 | Comments (0)

Washington - President Donald Trump is siding with House Republicans in the showdown over work requirements for food stamp recipients, adding a new wri...

   
 

Food Experts Debate Origin Of Key Lime Pie

Article by AP | Published 08/01/18 | Comments (0)

Key West, FL - Florida Keys culinary experts are furious about a cookbook author’s claim that Key lime pie wasn’t invented in the island ch...

   
 

No Break For KitKat In Europe As Trademark Request Reje...

Article by AP | Published 07/25/18 | Comments (0)

STAVANGER, Norway (AP) — KitKat is not getting its break. The maker of the chocolate bar has for 16 years tried to trademark ...

   
 

Exercise-It’s a Must!

Article by BJLIfe/Alan Freishtat | Published 07/23/18 | Comments (0)

It’s 2018 and there is still a terrible misconception ...

   
 

Soy "Milk" Makers May Need To Find Alternativ...

Article by AP | Published 07/19/18 | Comments (0)

NEW YORK (AP) — Soy and almond drinks that bill themselves as "milk" may need to consider alternative language after a top regulator su...

   
 

Is The "Organic" Seal Worth It, Given Dispute...

Article by AP | Published 07/11/18 | Comments (0)

New York - Is paying more for organic milk, meat or a can of beans worth it? The “USDA Organic” label generally signifi...

   
 

Fresh Grounds For Coffee: Study Shows It May Boost Long...

Article by AP | Published 07/02/18 | Comments (0)

Chicago - Go ahead and have that cup of coffee, maybe even several more. New research shows it may boost chances for a longer life, even for those who ...

   
 

Tariffs Stir Unrest Among American Whiskey Producers

Article by AP | Published 06/22/18 | Comments (0)

Louisville, KY - Much of the rye whiskey aging in hundreds of barrels at Catoctin Creek Distillery in Virginia could end up being consumed in Europe, a...

   
 

FDA Reconsiders Added Sugar Label For Maple Syrup, Hone...

Article by AP | Published 06/20/18 | Comments (0)

Washington - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is reconsidering its plan to label pure maple syrup and honey as containing added sugars. ...

   
 

Meat 2.0? Clean Meat? Spat Shows The Power Of Food Word...

Article by AP | Published 06/19/18 | Comments (0)

New York - If meat is grown in a lab without slaughtering animals, what should it be called? That question has yet to be decided by...

   
 

Paskesz Candy To Temporarily Suspend Distribution Of So...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 06/08/18 | Comments (0)

Paskesz Candy today told TLS they will be temporarily suspending the distribution of the Sour Worx candy after complaints of irritation. <...

   
 

5 Dead, Nearly 200 Sickened In Romaine Lettuce Outbreak

Article by AP | Published 06/01/18 | Comments (0)

NEW YORK (AP) — Four more deaths have been linked to a national food poisoning outbreak blamed on tainted lettuce, bringing the total to five.<...

   
 

Israel Exporting More Dairy Products

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/24/18 | Comments (0)

An analysis by the Israel Export Institute’s Economy Department showed that Israel’s export of dairy products in 2017 rose 21% from that of...

   
 

Amazon Cuts Whole Foods Prices For Prime Members In New...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/16/18 | Comments (0)

Seattle - Amazon.com Inc and Whole Foods Market are making a surgical strike in the already brutal grocery price war. On Wednesday,...

   
 

WHO Wants To Rid The World Of Trans Fat By 2023

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 05/15/18 | Comments (0)

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday launched their guide to eliminate artificial trans fat from all food in the world by the year 2023....

   
 

Beer Update as of May 9, 2018 - Star-K Maryland Beer Al...

Article by Star-K | Published 05/10/18 | Comments (0)

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WHO: Saturated Fat Should Be Less Than 10 Percent Of Di...

Article by AP | Published 05/04/18 | Comments (0)

LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization is taking on the battle of the bulge, saying that saturated fats shouldn't make up more than 10 ...

   
 

Robot Fast-food Chefs: Hype Or A Sign Of Industry Chang...

Article by AP | Published 05/03/18 | Comments (0)

BOSTON (AP) — Robots can't yet bake a souffle or fold a burrito, but they can cook up vegetables and grains and spout them into a bowl &mdas...

   
 

Kashrus Alert: Some Pringles are Now Dairy

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 04/29/18 | Comments (0)

The OU Kosher certification has announced that Pringles potato crisp snacks are now dairy or 'dairy equipment.'The potato...

   
 

Tnuva Reportedly Using Less Milk And More Water In Choc...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 04/24/18 | Comments (0)

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Calendar May Have Kept Pesach Sales Surge Down; To Repe...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 04/18/18 | Comments (0)

New York…It is common knowledge amongst retailers that the calendar determines the extent of the sales growth for the Passover season. When the ...

   
 

200 Million Eggs Recalled Because Of Salmonella Concern...

Article by AP | Published 04/15/18 | Comments (0)

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — More than 200 million eggs distributed to restaurants and grocery stores in nine states have been recalled because of bacter...

   
 

Maryland Beer Alert Pesach 2018/5778

Article by Star-K | Published 04/08/18 | Comments (0)

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California Judge: Coffee Needs Cancer Warnings

Article by AP | Published 03/29/18 | Comments (0)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles judge has ruled that California law requires coffee companies to carry a cancer warning label. ...

   
 

Another Pesach Is Upon Us (Part 1)

Article by BJLIfe/Alan Freishtat | Published 03/12/18 | Comments (0)

Pesach is upon us… by now you have it all down to a good routine--which rooms get cleaned first, who is in charge of what, and when to kasher th...

   
 

Israeli Food Tech Is Booming

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/07/18 | Comments (0)

Israeli start-up companies are finding new ideas to change the way we think about, produce, and eat food, reports Simone Somekh for Tablet Mag...

   
 

Snyders of Hanover Pretzel Products Labled OU-D, But No...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 03/05/18 | Comments (0)

The following Snyders of Hanover products, are labeled OUD, but in fact, its true status, at the present time, is DE (Dairy Equipment): ...

   
 

Scientists Link Chicken Nuggets, Cereal to Cancer

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 02/22/18 | Comments (0)

We hate to spoil your breakfast, or supper, but a groundbreaking new study by French scientists has linked processed foods such as cereals and mass-p...

   
 

Preventive Treatment For Peanut Allergies Succeeds In S...

Article by AP | Published 02/20/18 | Comments (0)

New York - The first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way. A company said Tuesday that its daily capsules ...

   
 

Dunkin' Donuts To Stop Using Foam Cups By 2020 Sha...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 02/07/18 | Comments (0)

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How Sweet It Is! Nestle Selling US Candy Business For $...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 01/17/18 | Comments (0)

LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Swiss food group Nestle (...

   
 

Consumer Reports Says Avoid Romaine Lettuce After E. Co...

Article by AP | Published 01/04/18 | Comments (0)

Federal public health officials say there’s not enough proof to pinpoint romaine lettuce as the source of a recent outbreak of ...

   
 

Cofix Returning To NIS 5 For Coffee And Other Items

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 12/19/17 | Comments (0)

Cofix is doing an about face, at least for some of its items after recently announcing an increase on the cost of products from NIS 5 to NIS 6....

   
 

Chanukah - Crafts for Kids: Edible Perler Beads are You...

Article by Esther Ottensosser | Published 12/12/17 | Comments (0)

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Fruit and Vegetable Harvesting on Shabbos Casts Doubt o...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 12/07/17 | Comments (0)

In a letter that was published by the Mazhirei Shabbos organization, which is funded by the Eidah Charedis, Shabbos activist Avraham Arazi rep...

   
 

‘Big As My Head’: Hawaii Woman Seeks Record...

Article by AP | Published 12/06/17 | Comments (0)

A Hawaii woman is waiting to hear back from Guinness World Records to find out if the massive avocado she snagged is the world’s largest....

   
 

Trump Administration Halts School Lunch Salt Reduction

Article by AP | Published 11/30/17 | Comments (0)

The Trump administration is pausing enforcement of an Obama-era plan to further reduce the amount of salt in school lunches. The Ob...

   
 

Elite Will Not Not Continue Writing ‘Mezonos&rsqu...

Article by Staff Reporter | Published 11/30/17 | Comments (0)

The Elite Company will not be permitted to write “Mezonos” on appropriate items, those items upon which the bracha ‘mezonos’ is...