Locally-grown food reaches larger markets and becomes a bigger business with government help
House passes $20 billion bill cutting IRS tax enforcement, healthy foods initiative
As it has for several years, a local company set out to gauge just how honest D.C. folks are.
Nycci Nellis, The List Are You On It
Part of the $10.5 million renovation at a Friendship Heights hotel will include a new dining and bar area named after a hotel employee who died last year.
A local Mexican chain with humble beginnings has big expansion plans that include an eventual new location in Bethesda.
New cookbook caters to people trying to eat healthy on a food stamp budget
Just 12 states and D.C. are represented on the list.
A Massachusetts fish market won't sell Luke the lobster.
A Bethesda Row furniture and design store is opening its month-long summer sale with an open-to-the-public ice cream social
France battles against industrial restaurant food, by defining 'home-made'
French body suspends plan for Halal prison meals for Muslim detainees
With falafel, flatbreads and fancy dates, Mideast food entrepreneurs set sights on the West
It's no choke: Aronia berry gaining prominence and market share as easy-to-grow 'superfood'
A historical plantation, once one of the largest bootlegging operations, makes an award-winning limoncello that rivals Italy's best.
Lay's newest flavor could be cappuccino; chip maker to announce new flavor finalists
The new CNBC show "Restaurant Startup" aims to be the "Shark Tank" for eateries. But instead of just pitching the business plan, the contestants are expected to put money where their customer's mouth is.
Los Angeles judge orders injunction to temporarily halt cannabis farmers market
D.C.'s Bloomingdale neighborhood will see new life breathed into a long-shuttered historic fire station when the massive Washington Firehouse restaurant and event space opens next month.
Go For the Food: Forget Nordic fusion, shawarma is the way to go in Copenhagen
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