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'Dirty dozen' produce carries more pesticide residue, group saysupdated: Tue Jun 01 2010 01:31:00

If you're eating non-organic celery today, you may be ingesting 67 pesticides with it, according to a new report from the Environmental Working Group.

CNN Hero: Gary Oppenheimerupdated: Wed May 26 2010 15:08:00

Gary Oppenheimer connects American gardeners who have extra produce to local food pantries in need.

Using nature's bounty to feed the hungryupdated: Wed May 26 2010 15:08:00

For Gary Oppenheimer, 2007 was a year of plenty.

Is it safe to eat lettuce amid E. coli outbreak?updated: Thu May 13 2010 19:44:00

Ask Douglas Powell, food safety expert and keeper of Barfblog, whether he'd consider a salad of fresh romaine for dinner tonight.

Healthy food for your eyesupdated: Sat Apr 17 2010 09:05:00

We've all heard that carrots play a huge role in overall eye health but what else can you eat to improve the health of your eyes and reduce the risk of disease?

Can I learn to like fruits, veggies at age 30?updated: Fri Apr 16 2010 08:32:00

Hi. Since I can remember (3-4 years old), I have not eaten most fruits and vegetables (bananas, tomatoes and a few others are exceptions). Now that I am over 30 years old, is there any hope to "re-learn" how to eat?

It's time to spring clean your dietupdated: Thu Apr 15 2010 08:18:00

Spring has arrived, and with longer days and warmer weather comes a new crop of fresh produce.

Nairobi's slum farmsupdated: Thu Apr 08 2010 13:11:00

CNN's David McKenzie reports how some Nairobi city dwellers are finding simple solutions for staying healthy.

Fast-food chains adapt to local tastesupdated: Thu Apr 08 2010 10:18:00

After thousands of years of civilization, finally India has Crunchwraps.

A 'dude' explains why salad is 'man food'updated: Mon Mar 22 2010 09:19:00

Real men eat salads. I know this because I am a dude. Right now, in my fridge, I have five bottles of hot sauce, a jar of Cheez Whiz and half a pack of hot dogs. But recently I went to lunch with a couple of buds, and I ordered a salad. I ordered it hard.

Getting healthy is about more than diet, exerciseupdated: Thu Jan 28 2010 12:52:00

As 2010 kicks off, CNNHealth Diet & Fitness expert Dr. Melina Jampolis urges you to think beyond calories and working out and focus on bigger changes that could help you live a healthier life. Biggest Loser's Trainer Bob Shares a Favorite Veggie Recipe for the New Yearupdated: Fri Jan 01 2010 17:09:00

The Biggest Loser trainer - and vegetarian - considers cooking his "therapy"

In lieu of turkey, Thanksgiving sparks vegetable-inspired creativityupdated: Wed Nov 25 2009 13:09:00

Going vegetarian on Thanksgiving doesn't mean forcing tofu into faux poultry or shaping legumes into meat-like blobs.

One week to a slimmer you: Focus on the little thingsupdated: Mon Nov 02 2009 08:18:00

When it comes to losing weight, the little things add up -- trying just one new thing every day can quickly make a big difference. With that in mind, we've taken science's best weight-loss strategies and created a week's worth of slimming to-do's. Sandra Bullock: Mom Was the Life of the Partyupdated: Wed Sep 30 2009 13:49:00

The actress and her sister share their entertaining inspiration - mom Helga - and a favorite recipe

FSB: Foodie feasts straight from the farmupdated: Tue Sep 01 2009 10:43:00

I'm standing with 140 other ravenous diners outside a pigpen on Devil's Gulch Ranch, about 30 miles north of San Francisco, looking at an exhausted 350-pound sow named Penelope. She's resting, having given birth to seven five-pound piglets a few hours earlier.

How to stretch your food budgetupdated: Mon Aug 03 2009 14:19:00

While your food budget may have tightened , you need not sacrifice taste and freshness to save a few dollars. Aim for the best value in terms of quality, freshness, and good nutrition to feed your family healthful foods. We'll show you how.

Love, loss and what I ateupdated: Fri Jun 26 2009 10:18:00

I just finished reading "Love, Loss, and What I Wore" for the 219th time. It's a quirky little autobiography in which the utterly charming Ilene Beckerman recalls her life's defining moments through the wardrobe choices she's made -- from Brownie uniform to bridal veil.

Is it OK to eat the same foods every day?updated: Fri Jun 12 2009 09:27:00

Is it OK to eat the same thing over and over, day after day? As an example - eating grilled chicken, green beans, and rice, whites of eggs, and berries. Are there any significant health risks to such monatany?

Farmers markets bloom at hospitalsupdated: Wed Jun 03 2009 09:32:00

For years, hospitals have embodied a paradox.

Get the biggest bang for your calorie with nutrient-dense foodupdated: Tue May 05 2009 10:41:00

In 2005, the government's revised Dietary Guidelines for Americans introduced the term "nutrient density," which sounds complicated but simply refers to how much nutrition a food provides.

What you eat can improve your health, mind, and appearanceupdated: Wed Apr 08 2009 09:22:00

For many, springtime means revamping exercise regimens, improving appearance, reading more books, taking on a new hobby, and improving dietary habits.

Educating junior foodies in San Franciscoupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 12:14:00

Have your kids ever seen a cranberry bean?

10 best foods for your heartupdated: Mon Mar 23 2009 10:06:00

Simple food choices go a long way when it comes to your heart's health. Focusing on fresh foods full of heart-healthy fats and antioxidants can decrease your risk of developing heart disease and cut your chances of a heart attack. These 10 foods will help keep your ticker in top shape.

First lady on veggiesupdated: Fri Mar 20 2009 21:24:00

First lady Michelle Obama hosts the groundbreaking of the White House Kitchen Garden.

Obamas plant organic kitchen garden at White Houseupdated: Fri Mar 20 2009 21:24:00

Want to know where the presidential produce comes from?

Should I take beta carotene as a supplement?updated: Fri Mar 13 2009 10:21:00

Is it prudent to take beta carotene as a supplement?

Healthy habits: A month of living perfectlyupdated: Mon Feb 16 2009 15:12:00

My habits weren't horrible, but they weren't great, either. No sodas, fast food, or cigarettes, and I ate my share of broccoli...but I also liked heavy cream in my coffee, butter with dinner, and fortifying spoonfuls of ice cream when afternoon hunger hit.

Sexy foods that put you in the moodupdated: Thu Feb 12 2009 13:40:00

If you want to put some sizzle back into your sex life, food can help you set the mood this Valentine's Day. There's nothing better than a romantic, home-cooked dinner, featuring some R-rated foods to help turn up the heat. Party Like a Star (On a Real-Life Budget)updated: Tue Dec 30 2008 15:11:00

Celebrity event planner Mindy Weiss shares great ideas for three memorable celebrations under $300

Celebrity diet tricks that work (and two that you should avoid)updated: Thu Dec 11 2008 11:09:00

When you see photos of Cameron Diaz's slim silhouette or Jessica Alba's flat post-pregnancy tummy, you probably wonder just how Hollywood stars stay so lean or snap back into shape so quickly. While many swear their svelte bods come from eating right and exercising round the clock, the truth is that some celebs may go to strange and interesting lengths to get or stay pin thin. Here, the skinny on exactly what the big names do to get red-carpet ready -- from the healthy strategies you'll want to steal to the just plain wacky ideas you'll want to avoid.

Why we eat what we eat on Thanksgivingupdated: Thu Nov 27 2008 08:52:00

When Americans sit down with their families for Thanksgiving dinner, most of us will probably gorge ourselves on the same traditional Thanksgiving menu, with turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and pumpkin pie taking up the most real estate on our plates.

EU bends rules on misshapen vegetablesupdated: Wed Nov 12 2008 05:51:00

An EU ban restricting the sale of imperfect-looking fruit and vegetables is expected to be overturned on Wednesday, allowing curvy cucumbers and knobbly carrots to return to the shops. Japan Goes Bananas For a New Dietupdated: Fri Oct 17 2008 10:35:00

A country prone to dieting fads has convinced itself that bananas for breakfast is a magic formula for weight loss Canning: In Pursuit of the Perfect Pickleupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 13:00:00

The old-fashioned practices of at-home canning, pickling and preserving are all the rage these days, with famous foodies and young urban hipsters

New food labels have loopholesupdated: Tue Sep 30 2008 11:08:00

Starting today, companies will have to label the country of origin on foods, but Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on loopholes.

Fake your party food with takeoutupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 09:31:00

Whether you're hosting a formal party or just throwing together snacks for drinks with friends, we've got ideas for transforming carryout into crowd-pleasing cuisine. Everyone will assume your sink is stacked with dirty pots and pans. (And if you keep them out of the kitchen, they'll never know the truth.)

Bobby Chinn's recipesupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 05:21:00

To whet your appetite, here are a couple of Bobby Chin's favorite recipes from his book "Wild Wild East".

Zapping veggies with radiationupdated: Fri Aug 22 2008 13:52:00

The FDA approves irradiating spinach and lettuce. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports. FDA: Irradiating Spinach, Lettuce OKupdated: Thu Aug 21 2008 16:00:00

Consumers worried about salad safety may soon be able to buy fresh spinach and iceberg lettuce zapped with just enough radiation to kill E. coli and a few other germs

Investigators look for fingerprints in salmonella outbreakupdated: Thu Jul 17 2008 22:04:00

Four months into a nationwide Salmonella Saintpaul outbreak, investigators Thursday still couldn't say where it originated.

Appetite for Atlantaupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 11:57:00

Food is a huge part of any destination for me, and my home base -- Atlanta, Georgia -- is no exception.

Watermelon: The new Viagra?updated: Thu Jul 03 2008 18:50:00

Affiliate KENS reports on a recent study that shows watermelon can have Viagra-like effects on consumers.

Get more flavor, nutrition from produce with the right prepupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 13:17:00

Fresh fruits and vegetables are among the most nutritious foods you can choose. They're low in calories yet rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. That's why produce, along with whole grains, forms the basis of a healthful diet. What's more, the way you store, prepare, and cook these foods can magnify (or preserve) their already healthful properties.

Coax flavor, nutrition from produce with proper care, handlingupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 13:15:00

Fresh fruits and vegetables are among the most nutritious foods you can choose. They're low in calories yet rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. That's why produce, along with whole grains, forms the basis of a healthful diet. What's more, the way you store, prepare, and cook these foods can magnify (or preserve) their already healthful properties.

Food pairings: Working for or against you?updated: Fri Jun 27 2008 08:21:00

Certain foods play well with others, while others lose strength in pairs. The Salmonella Culprit: Cold Water?updated: Mon Jun 23 2008 17:00:00

Too big of a temperature difference can make a tomato literally suck water inside the fruit through the scar where its stem used to be. If salmonella happens to be lurking on the skin, that's one way it can penetrate

CNNMoney: Hawaiians hit by skyrocketing shipping costsupdated: Wed Jun 18 2008 14:30:00

Ever wonder why everything at the grocery store seems to cost more these days? Blame it on, what else? - the price of fuel. The cost of shipping food is skyrocketing. And it's a domino effect from the farmer, to the shippers, to your local restaurants and supermarkets.

Juice up your dietupdated: Wed Jun 11 2008 09:33:00

Eating fruits and vegetables helps keep you healthy and protects against disease, but it's not always easy to consume as much produce as experts advise. Fortunately, juices can be a convenient way to squeeze in extra servings. Six ounces -- just 3/4 cup of juice -- counts as one serving of a fruit or vegetable. John Rolfe: Athletes' wines and whinesupdated: Fri May 30 2008 17:37:00

Some men never grew up Fortunate like you Some men never found out What it takes to be a dude That's sports and wine -- Ben Folds Five

Build a better salad with tasty, interesting add-insupdated: Wed May 07 2008 10:06:00

While the quintessential pairing of ripe tomatoes and lettuce is certainly enjoyable, a good salad can be so much more. Adding fruits, nuts, and other well-chosen ingredients offers a welcome change. More importantly, incorporating a few more nutritious ingredients is an easy way to serve a more healthful dish.

Healthiest restaurantsupdated: Sun Apr 27 2008 23:28:00

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reviews Health magazine's list of healthy eat-out options.

Health magazine names top chain restaurant fareupdated: Sun Apr 27 2008 23:28:00

If you're like us, you eat out more than ever -- and, as nice as it is to not have to cook, those meals out can actually feel like work. How do you navigate the minefields of huge portions, hidden fats, and sky-high sodium levels?

Smart tips to pack extra nutrition into every biteupdated: Wed Apr 23 2008 10:06:00

In 2005, the government's revised Dietary Guidelines for Americans introduced the term "nutrient density," which sounds complicated but simply refers to how much nutrition a food provides. For example, a slice of 100 percent whole-grain bread is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, while a slice of regular white bread is lower in all three.

The potato solutionupdated: Mon Apr 21 2008 04:38:00

The United Nations has spotted a potential solution to end the global food crisis: the potato. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.

Honduran president defends melons by eating oneupdated: Wed Mar 26 2008 09:36:00

He's no Julia Child, but Honduran President Manuel Zelaya showed Tuesday he can attack a cantaloupe and U.S. government claims in a single motion. Eva's New 'Baby': Beso, the Restaurantupdated: Thu Mar 06 2008 18:42:00

Eva Longoria Parker admits to nerves on eve of star studded opening

Best new restaurants of 2007updated: Thu Dec 27 2007 16:03:00

As more and more of you dream and scheme your vacations around unforgettable meals, T+L has searched far and wide -- through eight cities across four continents, to be precise -- to unearth the world's greatest new dining experiences.

Ways to speed up dinner prep timesupdated: Mon Dec 03 2007 10:54:00

Use five-minute windows of time to make big headway on making meals.

Strategies to curb your hunger while you loseupdated: Fri Nov 09 2007 10:16:00

It's 9 p.m. and you know just where that bag of peanut M&Ms is -- it's stashed in the pantry behind the ultravirtuous oatmeal and seriously fortified cereal. Out of sight, but not out of mind.

Young vegetariansupdated: Fri Oct 12 2007 12:14:00

How do you make sure vegetarian children stay healthy? CNN's Judy Fortin tells us in this Health Minute.

5 nutritious habits of the planet's healthiest countriesupdated: Thu Sep 13 2007 08:56:00

If you've vacationed in an international destination, you know that learning about its food is one of the best ways to become familiar with a new culture. But lately, Americans have also taken greater interest in global cuisine because of health benefits attributed to certain styles of eating.

Make last splash best of the seasonupdated: Wed Aug 29 2007 01:41:00

As Labor Day approaches, there's still time for making the last big splash of the summer with a pool party.

Fortune: As bees go missing, a $9.3B crisis lurksupdated: Tue Aug 28 2007 02:55:00

It's a sweet time for honeybees in the rolling hills of eastern Pennsylvania, and the ones humming around Dennis vanEngelsdorp seem too preoccupied by the blooming knapweed nearby to sting him as he carefully lifts the top off their hive. VanEngelsdorp, Pennsylvania's state apiarist, spots signs of plenty within: honeycomb stocked with yellow pollen, neat rows of wax hexagons housing larval bees, and a fertile queen churning out eggs.

What men should eat every dayupdated: Sun Aug 26 2007 21:52:00

Typically, men think about their health at one time -- during a crisis. But the problem with that wait-and-treat approach is that men are constantly responding to health emergencies rather than preventing them. Greg Beaton: A look at the competitive eating record bookupdated: Tue Jul 03 2007 03:57:00

The NFL has the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the NHL has the Stanley Cup -- and Major League Eating has the Yellow Mustard Belt, which is up for grabs again this July 4 in the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest on New York's Coney Island. The event will be as hotly-contested as ever as American fan favorite Joey Chestnut seeks to take down Takeru Kobayashi's hot dog dynasty.

Money Magazine: Whole Foods: The Whole Truthupdated: Sun Jul 01 2007 00:00:00

Whole Foods, the nation's popular and fast-growing chain of "healthy" supermarkets, makes you feel good about groceries the moment you enter. Its mountains of lustrous produce, farmer's-market ambience and declared mission to provide you with the freshest natural and organic products make it seem as though you're doing a good deed for yourself and the environment. But not everything at Whole Foods is all that wholesome. And buying there could cost you a lot more than at other supermarkets—which is why some dub the store "Whole Paycheck." When you shop there, keep these pointers in mind.

Boost your nutrition with healthy recipe additionsupdated: Sat Jun 30 2007 06:16:00

Slipping in healthful nutrients here and there can transform an ordinary diet into a nutritional all-star. We polled experts for tips on giving family meals nutritional oomph and good flavor.

Fortune: India's retail revolutionupdated: Wed Jun 27 2007 00:57:00

Suresh Prasad sells groceries from a 12-by eight-foot store opposite a new Reliance Fresh supermarket in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad. His specialties are 10-cent pastry puffs and cakes. With the supermarket drawing new customers to the area, his sales have doubled.

Getting fizzy with it: Carbonated foods bubble upupdated: Tue May 22 2007 13:37:00

Add a pinch of salt. Throw in a dash of pepper. Or -- if you really want to get your taste buds buzzing -- infuse your food with a fizz full of carbonation.

Pack extra nutrition into every bite with these expert tipsupdated: Tue May 15 2007 11:44:00

In 2005, the government's revised Dietary Guidelines for Americans introduced the term "nutrient density," which sounds complicated but simply refers to how much nutrition a food provides. For example, a slice of 100 percent whole-grain bread is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, while a slice of regular white bread is lower in all three.

CNNMoney: Indian mangoes arrive in the U.S. after long hiatusupdated: Tue May 01 2007 09:10:00

The first shipment of Indian mangoes - arguably some of the best and juiciest varieties in the world - were officially cleared for retail sale in the United States on Tuesday after an 18-year hiatus.

Calorie restriction diet: Healthy dinner recipesupdated: Fri Mar 23 2007 18:38:00

Since the 1930s, researchers have known that a diet that was both nutritious and very low in calories could extend the life in lab rats and mice. It's still unknown whether it could have the same benefit for humans, but April Smith and Michael Rae follow a calorie restriction diet in the hopes that it will.

Fortune: Guacamole and green teaupdated: Wed Dec 20 2006 09:24:00

They say you can't judge a book by its cover. All too often, you can't judge a food by its label, either.

CNNMoney: Taco Bell lettuce suspected in E.coli outbreakupdated: Wed Dec 13 2006 22:07:00

An ingredient used in 70 percent of Taco Bell's products, lettuce, probably caused an E.coli outbreak that sickened dozens of people in the U.S. Northeast, food safety officials said on Wednesday.

All but 30 Taco Bells reopened after E. coli outbreakupdated: Wed Dec 13 2006 09:37:00

Taco Bell reopened most of the more than 90 restaurants that it closed in the Northeast following an E. coli outbreak that sickened as many as 67 people, a company spokesman told CNN Tuesday.

Most Taco Bells reopen; senators call for investigationupdated: Tue Dec 12 2006 09:43:00

Taco Bell reopened most of the more than 90 restaurants that it closed in the Northeast in recent weeks following an E. coli outbreak that sickened as many as 64 people, a company spokesman told CNN on Tuesday.

64 sickened by Taco Bell E. coli; more onions test positiveupdated: Mon Dec 11 2006 14:24:00

Sixty-four cases of E. coli bacteria related to the outbreak that hit several Taco Bell restaurants in the Northeast in the past two weeks have now been confirmed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The insider's guide to perfect teethupdated: Thu Dec 07 2006 09:32:00

"For I tell thee, Sancho, a mouth without teeth is like a mill without a millstone, and a tooth is much more to be prized than a diamond."

This fall, harness the nutritional power of pumpkinupdated: Thu Oct 26 2006 16:52:00

This is the time of year when pumpkin is iconic. Between Halloween, harvest decorations, and Thanksgiving pie, it's the season's symbol.

Rich and red, tomatoes may help cut your cancer riskupdated: Fri Oct 06 2006 19:52:00

Fashion designer Bill Blass once said, "Red is the ultimate cure for sadness." Scientists haven't proven that, but they are finding evidence that the red-pigmented antioxidant lycopene, found in many fruits and vegetables -- especially tomatoes -- may play an important role in reducing risks of many diseases, including cancer.

Fortune: Field of greensupdated: Mon Oct 02 2006 12:12:00

Here's a business-school case study waiting to be written: a national distribution system that guarantees that a third of its goods never make it to market. That has been the problem with agricultu...

Pumpkins by the seaupdated: Thu Sep 21 2006 12:40:00

In Half Moon Bay, California, chill autumn air marks the end of summer and the start of its hottest season. "It's pumpkin time," declares Alys Shin, as she traverses Highway 1 toward the crescent-shape bay. The huge swells that build below intensify the excitement brimming in her two young sons.

Counting calories and seconds? Try these recipesupdated: Thu Sep 07 2006 15:27:00

Healthy, light cooking doesn't have to take a lot of time. Here are three quick and easy recipes from Cooking Light magazine.

Hawaii: The best food on the Big Islandupdated: Thu Aug 31 2006 11:07:00

Fish tacos, ulu, misoyaki, lihing mui -- cuisine in Hawaii features twists on standards and a variety of exotic and tasty treats all their own.

Fortune: India's field of greensupdated: Wed Aug 30 2006 09:27:00

Emaan Singh Mann is a happy farmer, a rare commodity in India's northern state of Punjab, where overfarming and a falling water table have affected productivity on the broad plains that gave rise t...

Wild Blue updated: Tue Aug 01 2006 15:26:00

Growing up in upstate New York, I remember eating blueberries the size of marbles. But those were cultivated berries -- not the tiny wild ones that are in season right now, as I discovered last year when I visited the wild blueberry fields in Maine. These petite gems don't grow on big bushes like the cultivated ones, but on small plants that barely reach my knees.

Fortune: Why we eat what we eatupdated: Wed Jul 05 2006 11:20:00

If we are what we eat, why do we eat what we do? That question has puzzled scientists - not to mention big food companies - for decades, but new research continues to shed light on this fascinating mystery of human behavior.

Czech, please! updated: Tue Apr 25 2006 09:55:00

The city once known for really dreary food -- from meat to potatoes and back -- has learned to lighten up. Even vegetarians can have a fulfilling experience.

Counting calories and seconds? Try these recipesupdated: Mon Feb 20 2006 16:50:00

(CNN) -- Healthy, light cooking doesn't have to take a lot of time. Here are three quick and easy recipes from Cooking Light magazine.

CNNMoney: Organic food: When it isn't worth itupdated: Mon Jan 09 2006 05:49:00

If you've ever wanted to buy more organic food but didn't want to take out a second mortgage to do so, a new report by Consumer Reports can help stretch your health-conscious dollar further.

D.C. dining on a dimeupdated: Fri Nov 11 2005 11:11:00

We searched Washington, D.C., for the ultimate value meal: great tasting, excellent service, unique atmosphere, and -- hardest of all -- close to the sites and attractions you want to see.

Business 2.0: Juicing the Melon Marketupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 00:01:00

Sunkist did it for oranges, Pom Wonderful for pomegranates. Now San Francisco-based startup Sundia is branding the watermelon. Led by entrepreneur Brad Oberwager and Odwalla veteran Dan Hoskins, th...

Recipe: Royal Hara Bhara Kebabupdated: Fri Sep 02 2005 12:34:00

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Recipes from 'Juice!'updated: Thu May 26 2005 10:30:00

Here are some of the recipes mentioned in the article "Sinful tastes, healthy eating" from Pippa Cuthbert and Lindsay Cameron Wilson's "Juice!":

Holiday recipesupdated: Mon Dec 13 2004 16:16:00

Here are some of the recipes mentioned in the article "Flavors for the holidays":

CNNMoney: First tomatoes, now grapefruitupdated: Fri Dec 10 2004 14:09:00

It's been a lousy fall for grocery shoppers. First the cost of tomatoes set new records, and now those lucky enough to find grapefruits can expect to pay more than $1 a piece.

FSB: Designer Fruitupdated: Wed Dec 01 2004 00:01:00

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Fortune: Can You Really Make Fast Food Healthy? Two hormone-free, grass-fed beef patties. Special low-cal, nonfat sauce. Organic red-leafupdated: Mon Aug 09 2004 00:01:00

The room is white--pristinely white. We're inside the sensory panel room at Wendy's headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, where employees of the $7.3 billion fast-food giant get to taste-test new products ...

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