Breakfast might not just be the most important meal of a child's day - it might be one of most important meals of their life. A new study released Wednesday by non-profit group Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign shows the positive effect that school breakfast can have on a child's performance in class and on standardized tests, and what this can mean for their future.
Eleven million low-income students eat a school-provided breakfast. Share Our Strength partnered with professional services firm Deloitte to analyze third party studies and publicly available data to assess the impact of existing school breakfast plans on students' academic performance. They found some rather eye-opening statistics.
Two California residents are suing Anheuser-Busch, alleging that the company waters down Budweiser and other beers "significantly" to boost profits, their attorneys announced Tuesday.
The class-action lawsuit alleges that the maker of the "King of Beers" has the technology to precisely control the amount of alcohol in its beers but adds water so that the alcohol is well below the advertised figure of 5% by volume, the suit said.
While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
February 27 is National Strawberry Day.
As most of us long for spring and summer, let’s take a moment to get excited about all the fruits and vegetables that will be filling our fridges come warmer weather - like strawberries.
There is more to the strawberry than meets the eye: They're technically not berries, and they're considered to be the only fruit with their seeds on the outside. While strawberries aren't in season until May or June in most areas, that doesn't mean you can't find these ruby gems in your grocery store, you just need to check a different aisle.
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