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Inflation up as consumer prices rise 6.2% nationally, less in NY...

In the New York metropolitan area, the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers rose only 4.3% since October of last year, compared to 6.2% nationally, according to the BLS.

Survey: Pandemic altered food habits of most Americans

The survey found 28% were eating more protein from plant sources.

USDA: Food prices record largest monthly spike in 46 years

Prices on whole fresh chickens shot up by 12%.

Connecticut issues guidance on foods and drinks to receive higher sales...

"It is simply a money grab, that's all it is," said Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano.

Heather Carey removes the mystery from healthy cooking

"Without planning, we are going to create a lot of confusion and overwhelm healthy eating," said Heather Carey.

Leisha’s Bakeria in Bridgeport celebrates five years of culinary surprises

Leisha Young’s baking became popular with her customers — it is difficult to view her red velvet cupcakes without wondering if gluttony is really such an onerous sin

Ryan Lee seeks to fast-forward a healthier diet with Rewind Superbar

After about nine months of experimenting with ingredients, Lee hit upon a 15-item recipe that featured a mix of greens, superfoods and natural protein sources.

Soren Schroder to step down as CEO of Bunge Ltd.

According to Bunge, Schroder has “focused on creating a simpler, more efficient organization, establishing a series of global partnerships, building a first-class team and increasing Bunge's focus on customers.”

Have recipes, will travel: Paty Mendes’ personal chef service covers four...

Paty Mendes brings her Sweet Bakery personal chef service to homes in Fairfield, Westchester, Dutchess and Putnam Counties.

Patrick Jones’ Binge-Free Dad takes a personal approach to eating disorders

Stamford-based personal trainer Patrick Jones created the consultancy Binge-Free Dad to help adults address the root causes of their eating disorders.

Hot dog! A classic business comes to White Plains

Walter’s Hot Dogs, a long-time Westchester food institution, has cut the ribbon on its new location.

ArtsWestchester to host Arts Birthday Bash

ArtsWestchester will host its annual ArtsBash on May 17. In commemoration of the organization’s 20th year in the downtown White Plains building, the event will be called Arts Birthday Bash.

Deadline approaching for Restaurant Week

The deadline to register for Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is Jan. 31.

Japanese BBQ restaurant opens in White Plains

Gyu-Kaku, a popular Japanese barbecue chain in Asia, opened its first Westchester restaurant in White Plains.

WCC ups the heat on cooking classes

After 28 years, new kitchens and new enthusiasm.