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New York Times gets into food delivery

The New York Times is getting into food delivery.

It's partnering with a startup called Chef'd to deliver meal kits to accompany recipes from NYT Cooking site.

The news -- first reported Thursday by Bloomberg -- comes as the New York Times looks to of...

Children at head start program plant garden, learn about healthy food

Children at the Park Avenue Head Start in Columbia have started a garden that will help teach them about cultivating and caring for, as well as the importance of, healthy foods like vegetables.

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KFC introduces 'Finger Lickin' Good' edible nail polish

The fried chicken company, along with marketing giant Ogilvy & Mather, has produced edible nail polish for customers in Hong Kong.

Cole County aims for 'Agri-Ready' status

Commissioners in Cole County filed an application to Missouri Farmers Care for an "Agri-Ready" designation. 



The healthiest ways to cook veggies

Whether you love vegetables or not, there's one thing you know for sure: Veggies are really good for you. And you can make them even more nutritious if you prepare them in ways that maximize their benefits.

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Hundreds of frozen food products recalled due to Listeria fears

Hundreds of frozen food products are being recalled due to Listeria concerns.

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Want better sleep, mood, sex? Cut calories

You're human, so chances are, you're interested in getting more sleep, having better sex and improving your mood.

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Why Whole Foods CEO envies Trader Joe's

Whole Foods founder and co-CEO John Mackey really envies his rival Trader Joe's.

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Republic of Tea turmeric ginger tea recalled

Tea drinkers, take note: If you've got organic turmeric ginger green tea from the Republic of Tea sitting on your shelf, take a look at the label.

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Lawsuit says Starbucks' iced drinks have too much ice

A Starbucks customer from Chicago has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the coffee chain, accusing it of using too much ice in its cold drinks.

The suit, filed by Stacy Pincus, claims that while Starbucks advertises its cold drinks by fluid ounce, t...


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