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Can you eat sprouted or green potatoes? Yes, with a couple caveats

You grabbed a couple of potatoes in your weekly grocery run and popped them in a cabinet or on a counter. A few days later – or, uh, longer – you go to pull them out, and there they are: green or sprouted spuds. The instinct to toss them is understandable, but it's often unnecessary.

Mexico seizes 380,000 boxes of Kellogg’s cereal

Mexico has seized 380,000 boxes of Corn Flakes, Special K and other Kellogg’s cereals, claiming the boxes had cartoon drawings on them in violation of recently enacted laws aimed at improving children’s diets.

Biden to meet with farmers as he seeks to cut meat prices

President Joe Biden will meet virtually with independent farmers and ranchers to discuss initiatives to reduce food prices by increasing competition within the meat industry, part of a broader effort to show the administration is trying to combat inflation.

Food disruptions feared in UK as new Brexit rules kick in

New post-Brexit custom rules for goods arriving from the European Union to Britain are taking effect on Saturday, and a leading food industry body has warned that the new border controls could lead to food shortages.

In the Kitchen With Ricky: Celebrate National Bacon Day with rumaki

“What in the heck is that?” you might be asking yourself. Well, when I heard that National Bacon Day is Dec. 30, I had to sit and think about a dish where the bacon stood out, yet showcased a different approach to this ever-so-popular meat that is an obsession for many people. 

Omicron casts a new shadow over economy’s pandemic recovery

Just as Americans and Europeans were eagerly awaiting their most normal holiday season in a couple of years, the omicron variant has unleashed a fresh round of fear and uncertainty – for travelers, shoppers, party-goers and their economies as a whole.

TikTok’s new brand plans to deliver feta pasta and smash burgers

If you want to try the baked feta-and-tomato pasta dish that was all over TikTok this year, soon you won't even have to flip on your oven. The video-sharing platform will be partnering with a ghost kitchen service to offer the TikTok Kitchen brand, serving the foods that have gone viral on the app.

Tips for baking and cooking through cream cheese shortage

To stave off potential shortages on the consumer level or, uh, use this moment as a marketing tool, Philadelphia manufacturer Kraft announced that it would offer a limited number of $20 reimbursements to people who make or buy a non-cheesecake dessert during the holiday season.

Restaurants anxious as omicron, high food costs take toll

DETROIT — While restaurants in the U.S. and United Kingdom are open without restrictions and often bustling, they are entering their second winter of the coronavirus pandemic anxious about what's ahead: They're squeezed by labor shortages and skyrocketing food costs and the omicron variant is looming.