Health and Wellness
Calling all sandwich experts! Brownberry® Bread is launching its first-ever "America's Better Sandwich" Contest in search of sandwich recipes that cater to both great flavor and wholesome nutrition.
Whole Foods Market strongly supports Oregon's Measure 92, requiring mandatory labeling of raw and packaged foods containing Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) by January 1, 2016.
More than 155,000 Oregonians signed a petition to put Measure 92 on the ballot this November.
YottaMark Inc. today announced that its ShopWell food nutrition app has been enhanced with a slate of exciting new features to help shoppers make healthy choices about the food they buy. The app, which has already been downloaded by more than 1.7 million shoppers, provides personalized nutrition advice and product recommendations by scanning a UPC barcode from a product label.
As the saying goes, “records are meant to be broken,” which is why Cub Foods and Robinson Fresh have teamed up to top the Guinness World Record for Largest Fruit Display.
Annie's Teams Up with KidsGardening.org and Carson Daly to Support TODAY Show School Gardening Initiative
Annie's Inc. has joined with KidsGardening.org and TODAY Show anchor Carson Daly to help build a new school garden in Brooklyn, New York and shine a light on childhood hunger, while promoting healthy eating in America.
TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, today announced the 10 top ice cream parlors in the US, ranked according to the TripAdvisor Popularity Index, which takes into account the quality, quantity and recency of reviews from the TripAdvisor community of millions of travelers.
Researchers from the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) found that supplementing with calcium elevates calcium levels too high, putting women at risk for kidney stones, among other health problems.
In the second Rock the Lunchbox Survey of more than 2,000 kids and parents, 72 percent of kids say it's "cool" to have healthy food in their lunchboxes. The survey also showed that snack swapping is common - 64 percent of kids say they regularly trade items from their lunch with friends.
According to a recent TripAdvisor survey, 60 percent of US respondents plan to visit an amusement park in 2014, with more than a quarter spending more than $1,000 on the visit. For families planning an amusement park trip this summer, Family Vacation Critic shares tips for making the visit budget-friendly–even when purchasing multiple tickets.
Gone are the days when parents thought pencils and Trapper Keepers were enough to start the school year. Now school-related expenses include hefty costs on extracurricular activities and the latest trendy clothing!