The maker of Sriracha hot sauce is under fire for allegedly fouling the air around its Southern California factory.
It's now split into two parts, both ominously lit and dripping with Lynch's signature combo of brusqueness and a perfect
The chairman of Barilla Group, the world's largest pasta company, has issued a semi-apology after saying he refuses to feature gay families in advertisements for his products because he prefers a "traditional" family.
Deen, who is being sued by a former employee for racial discrimination, was fired from The Food Network and dropped by a
Later, Deen released a series of apology videos through YouTube and addressed Lauer and the "Today" show. In two of the three
The study's results show that Lineker's endorsement didn't just get kids to eat a specific brand, it may have influenced
In recent weeks, consumers in the United States may have been relieved to know the discovery of horse meat in products labeled all-beef was relegated to Europe. But The New York Times is reporting that a horse slaughterhouse in New Mexico could be approved in as little as two months.
At the time, Sue Wallis, chief executive of United Equine -- the company behind the plant -- argued to the news outlet that