Food preservatives are a major part of how we live now. But who invented them?
Nutrition labels are changing for the first time since they were introduced two decades ago.
Einkorn, an ancient grain, is mediocre for baking, difficult to process, and unproductive in the field. Why is it the next food trend?
Jell-O reveals volumes about things that obsess, upset, and fuel Americans.
Many whimsically named regional foods focus instead on telling a story that often sounds neither delicious nor sophisticated. How do such odd names stick?
Whole Foods may promise ethical products, but its offerings often contradict expectations.
Fish sticks fulfilled the need to repackage an abundance of frozen fillets. But did they become a consumer staple?