Food

(CBS SF)

Dates On Food: What Do They Actually Mean?

An advocacy group says those dates are confusing and many consumers are tossing out good food and money because of it.

02/03/2015

Dolmades (credit:  Kristen Loken)

It’s Greek to Me: My Dinner At Pathos Organic Greek Kitchen

What I knew about Greek food could be summed up in three words: gyros, baklava, and ouzo…

02/03/2015

(Wise Sons Deli)

Popular Jewish Deli In San Francisco Struggles After Mission Fire; Gets Help From Food Community

The four-alarm fire that devastated a three-story building in San Francisco’s Mission District has had a big impact on dozens of small businesses. Among those hit hard, is one of city’s best known delis.

01/30/2015

(CBS SF)

Milpitas Burger Joint With All-Halal Options Not Just For Muslims

Wayback Burgers in Milpitas is the first Halal franchise for the national chain, and its first Bay Area location.

01/22/2015

Yukon Gold Potato Gnocchi (Millennium)

Famed Vegetarian Restaurant Millennium Set To Permanently Close

Renowned San Francisco vegetarian restaurant Millennium has announced that it will be shutting down at the end of April.

01/21/2015

(Getty Images)

Is Pizza As Bad For Kids As Sugary Drinks?

A new study finds kids and teens are getting more calories from pizza than anything else they eat — besides dessert.

01/19/2015

foie gras

SF SPCA Weighs In On Foie Gras Controversy

Dr. Jennifer Scarlett from the SF SPCA weighs in on California’s foie gras controversy as it relates to animal rights and welfare.

01/19/2015

Ramen (credit: The Good, The Dad, and the Baby)

Narsai David: High Praise For SF’s Winter Fancy Food Show Of Delectable Trends

The annual Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco is history, but this past week certainly was something with 80,000 samples of chocolate, cheese, olive oil and gluten-free-just about anything.

01/16/2015

(Getty Images)

Granny Smith And Gala Apples Recalled Due To Listeria

Granny smith and gala apples are being recalled nationwide after the presence of Listeria monocytogenes was confirmed at an apple processing facility in Shafter, according to the Monterey County Health Department.

01/16/2015

(Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

California Unveils Nation’s Strictest Rules On Noxious Pesticide Use

California farmers now must abide by the nation’s strictest rules for a widely used pesticide in a change designed to protect farmworkers and people who live and work near agricultural fields but is likely to raise prices on produce.

01/15/2015

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