After coming in last place in his fantasy football league, Lee Sanderlin spent 15 hours in a Mississippi Waffle House and ate nine waffles.
A lawsuit filed against Nurture Inc. alleges that unhealthy levels of lead were found in two of their Happy Family Organics baby food products sold at Target and Whole Foods.
The Girl Scouts have an unusual problem this year: 15 million boxes of unsold cookies.
The City of Arden Hills is considering an ordinance change that would limit a weekly food truck event in one neighborhood.
The Dripping Root, Minnesota’s first Black-owned juice bar, was vandalized overnight, forcing it to close just days after its grand opening.
Beech-Nut is recalling its “Stage 1, Single Grain Rice Cereal” over high levels of arsenic found in one sample. The company also said it will stop selling the product.
Chipotle announced it would be raising menu prices by as much as 4% to offset the cost of the employee pay raises announced last month.
When pandemic life was giving out lemons, the Hillesheim family made ice cream.
The Food and Drug Administration has a colorful warning for people with a shellfish allergy: don’t eat cicadas. Turns out, the agency warns, that the noisy insects actually share a "family relation" to shrimp and lobsters.
Costco's food sampling is back in June with new safety protocols.
Free drinks at breweries, distilleries and wineries join the list of incentives for Minnesotans to get vaccinated.
The indoor capacity and distancing limits are going away for restaurants and bars in Minnesota.
National Burger Day is May 28 and to celebrate, several franchises are offering consumers freebies and discounts.
Researchers in England are recommending health officials revise drinking guidelines after finding that any amount of alcohol consumption can affect the brain.
Justin Kizilos is the best grocery bagger in Minnesota and his talent could earn him $10,000 at the national championships in September.
The pastry chef at Bellecour Bakery infuses tastes from her Hmong heritage to craft delicious treats.
Augustine's, in St. Paul, says it will pay all of its employees $20 an hour with benefits and will have no tipping as part of a business model it hopes catches on.
A neighborhood bistro in St. Paul that is set to open next week says all of its employees will earn $20 an hour.
The "Labor Inducer" burger, at Suburban in downtown Excelsior, was named after the co-owner went into labor soon after eating it. Now, 30 other mothers say the same thing happened for them.
A new free food market will take food from grocery store shelves and give it a second chance for those who need it.