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Topic - Conagra Foods Inc.
Salt has quietly been slipping out of dozens of the most familiar foods in brand-name America, from Butterball turkeys to Uncle Ben's flavored rice dishes to Goya canned beans.
Stocks closed lower after the Federal Reserve's economic update failed to give investors much to get excited about.
Dunkin' Donuts will start selling its coffee in single-serve Keurig cups Wednesday, beating rival Starbucks Corp. to the market in a fast-growing portion of the coffee business.
It looks like Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, and Kraft says it tastes just like the original. But a new ingredient is lurking inside this version of the American family dinner staple - cauliflower.
The government is telling half of the U.S. population to drastically cut their daily salt intake.
Peter Pan peanut butter is expected to return to grocery store shelves this month with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee designed to ease consumer concerns about the product's recent salmonella scare.