There are more ways to celebrate tying the knot than shoving a slice of white cake into your new spouse's piehole. From postnuptial nibbles promising fertility, longevity and wealth to food rituals woven into the ceremony itself, every culture has its own set of elaborate culinary traditions to mark the matrimonial milestone.
We all like to think we're eating as much natural food as possible, but as it turns out, there are a lot of gross things in nature. In fact, many of these disgusting things can end up in your food - on purpose.
22 February, Sydney Australia: The Anti-Additive Association hosted its 2016 award ceremony in Australia, honouring businesses that promote and produce wholesome additive-free food in the Asia Pacific region.
America’s sweet tooth is huge, and it’s satisfied by both sugar and, increasingly, low-calorie sweeteners, according to research out this month.
A large body of evidence links sugar-sweetened beverages, one of the main sources of the sweet stuff in Americans’ diet, to tooth decay, weight gain and type 2 diabetes. (Added sugars include high-fructose corn syrup as well as sucrose, or table sugar.)