Thousands die every year from food-related illnesses, but the FDA’s new proposed rules for oversight of imported food would require the importers to meet certain standards before food comes into the U.S. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
Intestinal issues caused by a parasite called cyclospora is popping up around the U.S. Doctors have yet to identify the source but it is most commonly spread by fruit and vegetables. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
Elaine Griffin, contributing design editor at Better Homes and Gardens, shows must-haves for outdoor entertaining including stylish, weatherproof furniture, beautiful lighting options that repel insects, delicious watermelon-mint coolers, and Trisha Yearwood’s vegetable pie.
Author Mark Bittman shares his strategy for a new almost-vegan diet.
If you’re looking to get into shape this summer, TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer is here to help. She shares the five things you need to do every day as part of the 5,4,3,2,1 diet plan, including eating five cups of vegetables a day and drinking two cups of water before breakfast.
The long-time trainer from NBC’s hit show “The Biggest Loser” talks about his new book “Jumpstart to Skinny,” which he explains can help you lose up to 20 pounds in three weeks.
Spring’s fresh produce includes carrots and asparagus, both perfect for salads and sides, and cost less as they hit their prime at the top of the season. Another fresh ingredient, herbs, are also becoming a big trend in cocktails. Southern Living’s Norman King is interviewed by TODAY’s Lester Holt.
Author Dan and Annie Shannon give some of Betty Crocker’s classics a vegan twist, making dishes like pesto chicken and vegetables and sweet potato risotto that are perfect for a tasty winter dinner.
Customers check vegetables at a greengrocer's shop in Lisbon July 31, 2013. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)
Workers clean the window outside a fruit and vegetable store in central Madrid July 30, 2013. Spain's economy all but emerged from a two-year slump in the second quarter but its recovery looks fragile at best, given weak consumer demand and a simmering political scandal at home and faltering growth
A vegetable seller sleeps beside her ware at a roadside in Cairo July 28, 2013. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY)
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses with Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof of La Mutualite building in Paris July 23, 2013. This rooftop urban vegetable patch is managed by Sibylle for the F