An estimated 1.5 million New Yorkers cannot afford food, according to the New York Times. Their only lifeline is a food pantry.
P.F. Chang’s is opening to-go only locations in New York City.
A man in Philadelphia found an 8-year-old box of Twinkies in his basement and found that Twinkies don't last as long as the myth says.
A family-run restaurant in Covina permanently closes their kitchen after 49 years due to the struggles of the pandemic.
World Food Day was created to call attention to the number of people suffering from chronic hunger across the globe, and the pandemic has made the problem more dire.
ZICO coconut water, Coca-Cola Life, Odwalla among brands being cut
A British supermarket chain celebrated its 50th anniversary by sending a chicken nugget into space.
New York City has released its guidance for restaurants planning to continue to offer outdoor dining during the winter.
A new app is aiming to help stop food waste in New York City.
Finnish carrier Finnair will start selling business class airplane food in supermarkets in a move to keep its catering staff employed and to offer a taste of the airline experience to those missing flying in the COVID-19 times.
The Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant has closed again just 12 days after it reopened from its 7-month shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A man has been arrested after surveillance footage showed someone tampering with pizza dough at a Maine deli.
But the fourth quarter of 2020 looks precarious for many businesses as the coronavirus outbreak maintains its grip on the economy.
These onions are arousing some suspicion over their content.
Indoor dining has reopened in NYC, but many business owners say strict capacity rules makes it difficult to make money.
While pre-COVID, the pantry served about 300 people weekly, now it's closer to 600.
A confusing message released by Governor Gavin Newsom's office encourages people to wear a mask "between bites" when dining out in public, while also saying you should "minimize the number of times you take your mask off."
The owner of the Boathouse, which opened in 1954 and has been featured in films such as "When Harry Met Sally," explained that they rely heavily on tourists and park-goers, as well as weddings and corporate events.
This week marks the return of Thursday Night Football on FOX. To accompany this Tampa-Chicago matchup, Dr. BBQ cooked up this combination of the cities' two most famous dishes, Cuban sandwiches and hot dogs, respectively.
As many as half of NYC's bars and restaurants could close permanently in the next six months.