Scandalized parents and politicians ushered in warning labels in the 1980s. Now making clean versions of explicit songs means taking advantage of every possible revenue stream.
The European Parliament is voting on proposals that would ban products without meat from being labeled burgers or sausages, drawing ire from environmentalists and manufacturers.
The wine shop can be intimidating, with so many different styles of labeling. Here’s help in decoding a dozen basic types.
In “Too Much Information,” President Obama’s onetime regulatory chief takes another look at whether disclosing information — including calorie counts — is always a good thing.
The agency has moved to keep several of the products, which it found to have inadequate concentrations of alcohol, from entering the United States.
The company had previously said the names of international-themed products that were intended to promote inclusiveness, such as Trader José and Trader Ming’s, “may now have the opposite effect.”
The prime minister, who cited his own problems with obesity, said his hospitalization with Covid-19 had prompted his push to tighten regulations on junk food.
The supermarket chain said it was in the process of phasing out names, including Trader Ming’s and Trader José, that have appeared on its international food products.
We can, if we can agree that it doesn’t need to come from the body of an animal.
The social media company has taken steps toward reining in Trump. It’s too little, too late.
The president threatened “serious force” if protesters tried to set up an autonomous zone in Washington, D.C., as they have in Seattle.
Twitter added a link to two of President Trump’s tweets in which he had made false claims about mail-in ballots, urging people to “get the facts.”
Here’s what you need to know about the pros and cons of using melatonin supplements for sleeping difficulties.
The wine industry and many consumers have long sought a definition, but the adoption of a voluntary charter may not clarify anything.
The first thing you should know? The dates, as we know them, have nothing to do with safety. J. Kenji López-Alt explains.