Mayor Bloomberg is at odds with the Health Department over letter grades on food carts. He wants them, but with just 20 out of 100-odd inspectors assigned to mobile vendors, there aren’t enough resources to grade the city’s 5,100 street-food carts.
Major food corps may have pledged to stop marketing unhealthy foods to kids, but there’s a loophole: product placement.
At least one person has died and 76 more in 26 states were sickened by tainted turkey, said to be contaminated with salmonella.
A new study suggests that chewing your food for longer allows you to take in fewer calories, which could help with weight loss.
Chicken-coop tours in cities around the country are yet another indication of the growing popularity of city folk who raise chickens.
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The Cheesecake Factory has rolled out a new “SkinnyLicious” menu of dishes with 590 calories or less, including a Mexican Tortilla Salad and hamburger.
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