Food & Drink

Fine Cannabis Cuisine May Be The Next Big Thing In SFSome of San Francisco's most creative chefs are hopping on the marijuana bandwagon. Betty Yu shows us one chef who is fusing his vast culinary knowledge with cannabis.
Dairy Processors Differ When Setting Milk Shelf LifeIs the date on that carton of milk in your refrigerator sell-by or best-by? As KPIX consumer reporter Julie Watts found out, there's no single, standard way to rate milk shelf life. (5-15-18)
San Francisco Pastry Shop Gets Prestigious 'Outstanding Baker' AwardB. Patisserie just won the coveted James Beard Foundation Award in Chicago, for Outstanding Baker in the country. As Mary Lee tells us, it's like the Oscars of the food world.

Nutrition

Dr. Dina Rose, Author Of 'It's Not About The Broccoli'Dr. Dina Rose, author of 'It's Not About the Broccoli, Three Healthy Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating,' talks to BAF's Michelle Griego about helping picky eaters become food explorers.
Get Your Personalized Food Plan With 'Habit'Habit's CEO and founder Neil Grimmer talks to Michelle Griego about the benefits of a personalized food plan that takes into account every body's unique nutritional needs.
Peninsula 'Food Pharmacy' Fights DiabetesIn Redwood City, a doctor writes a prescription for healthy food and the patient walks across the hall to fill it at a "Food Pharmacy" stocked with several days' worth of fresh produce and other nutritious groceries. Sharon Chin reports. (11-23-17)

Consumer News

Dairy Processors Differ When Setting Milk Shelf LifeIs the date on that carton of milk in your refrigerator sell-by or best-by? As KPIX consumer reporter Julie Watts found out, there's no single, standard way to rate milk shelf life. (5-15-18)
Learn Secret Codes To Save Even More Money At CostcoIf you're a Costco shopper, you already know the great deals. Consumerwatch talked to a prosumer who says you may have you been walking past secret codes that could save you money?
ConsumerWatch: Keeping Your Cellphone Number PrivateIt's common to give out your cellphone number but you may want to keep it as private as your social security number, says KPIX consumer reporter Julie Watts. (5-10-18)

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