Lovers of the Great Minnesota Get-Together wait all year for a few select dates. One is undoubtedly the opening of the Minnesota State Fair. But a close second is most likely the day that new foods are announced. That day has arrived.
It’s Get Movin’ Monday on the WCCO Morning Show. To kick off each work week, we bring in Health Magazine’s “Next Fitness Star” and Tiger Athletics owner Stacie Clark to help you keep your fitness goals.
The 6th Annual Taste! will showcase the best in local food, wine and specialty beers for 2013. On Friday and Saturday, you can enjoy the cooking by 40 top chefs, 350 wines and 100 specialty beers.
Food distributor Spartan Stores Inc. is buying Nash Finch Co., a major grocery distributor to military commissaries, in an all-stock deal valued at approximately $312 million in a move that will expand its distribution area.
You want to make sure you’re drinking plenty of fluids in hot weather, but staying hydrated comes down to more than just how much we’re drinking. That’s because there are certain foods that are dehydrating us, and you might not even know they’re doing it.
In just about two months, Minnesotans will be able to sink their teeth into bacon, pickles, chocolate, or a combo of them all. On Wednesday, the Minnesota State Fair announced 47 new foods. Among them are candied bacon cannoli, deep fried meatloaf, grilled glazed donuts and cocoa puff cheese curds.
Saving money is getting easier for 200,000 Minnesota families. Medica is rolling out a new program Monday that helps people save money and eat healthier. The program is called “healthy savings.” Each week, a new list of healthy foods will go on sale.
Monday marks the first day back at work for many people after daylight saving time, so no doubt a few people are springing forward to grab an extra cup of coffee.
A new year brings new foods for us to buzz about. In fact, it seems like every year we are told to add something new to our diets — and cut something out.
The Super Bowl and snacks go hand in hand. And if you started the New Year with a resolution to lose weight, you may need a little coaching to get ready for that Super Bowl party.
This bad flu season is still a big topic of discussion these days, but there are many ways to feel better that don’t necessarily involve taking medication.
On Thursday night, no doubt most of us have already turned our Thanksgiving leftovers into at least one turkey sandwich and turkey soup might already be simmering. Why is some food so good on the second day?
One way to stay heart healthy is to eat right. Now Lunds and Byerly’s is making it easier with a nutrition scoring system they call NuVal.
The new food craze at the Minnesota State Fair really started about 10 years ago with the deep fried candy bar. From that point on, the new food phenomenon just took off.
Nearly 2 million Americans have celiac disease and should avoid eating gluten. However, as little as a decade ago, virtually no one in the U.S. seemed to have a problem eating the protein that’s found in bread and other foods.