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Ben & Jerry's is celebrating Free Cone Day on Tuesday from noon until 8 p.m., giving away free flavors at their many area "scoop shops."
If you need an excuse to break out that credit card, consider this - shopping can help you live longer.
There's a good chance you're getting ripped off at the grocery store, according to the author of "Eat This, Not That."
Which foods can give your metabolism a boost? WTOP's Kristi King reports.
Does $30 a foot for a sub sound like a deal to you? That's exactly what Carmine's on 7th Street in Penn Quarter is calling it.
Your eyes may be bigger than your stomach, but your gut might have an even larger appetite.
A food blog as named an off-the-menu sandwich at D.C.'s ChurchKey the best new sandwich in America.
Forget the "Venti." The "Trenta" is 7 ounces larger.
If you're trying to save money at the grocery store, you might want to pay more attention to size. From toilet paper to tuna fish, package quantities are getting smaller, but you are not necessarily paying any less.
Consumers can inadvertently exceed their daily allotment of harmful fats, according to a new study, through a loophole that allows food companies to mask the nutritional value of their products.
Tags: trans fats , Food and Drug Administration , FDA , Case Western University , Case Western Reserve University , Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine , Eric Brandt , KFC , Kraft , Paul D. Shinkman , Kristi King