The parasite outbreak that hit four states in the past month or two has been traced to Del Monte Fresh Produce, which has already been recalled from stores. CDC reports the latest count for cyclosporiasis cases reached 212.
Simply giving vegetables fancy names or indulgent descriptions could make it more appealing to people
Carotenoids in fruits and vegetables enhance skin color, making those who incorporate them in their diet more attractive to other people.
Consuming more than five servings of fruits and vegetables could reduced the risk of COPD among former and current smokers.
Juices released from precut leaves of lettuce, spinach and other leafy vegetables can encourage the growth of Salmonella pathogen growth by 2,400-fold
Natural compound in brocolli and other green vegetables could reduce the signs of aging.
NASA’s Expedition 49 crew is preparing to plant its newest on-orbit crop in the space station to learn how to grow their own fresh food in space.
Target is planning to build and test vertical farms that will grow fresh vegetables and herbs inside its stores.
Scientists from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. has created the first-ever 3D-printed CellPod prototype that could grow and produce local grown food for a healthy meal.
If you are a "Star Trek" fan, or at least knows a bit about this movie, for sure, you'd identify what a tricorder is. Now, instead of a sci-fi gadget, experts have created a tricorder-like technology to halt GMOs' risk to nearby ecosystem.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Friday a recall of pre-cut vegetables with "Best Buy If" dated Aug. 7 to 19. The recall was due to a listeria-infected product found by the state agriculture department in a Georgia supermarket.
It's reminiscent of a scene in "The Martian" movie where Matt Damon successfully grew and ate potatoes in Mars. Except this time, it's happening in real life.
Bioactive compounds found in the oregano and eucalyptus plant oils could eliminate fungi that grows on fruits and vegetables, keeping them fresh for longer periods and safer to eat.
In a curious new study, researchers have realized that pesticides in fruits and vegetables may affect the quality of men's semen.