McDonald's has been acquiring Israeli tech startups to streamline its ordering process. And yes, you can have fries with that.
SpareEat is a win-win for customers and businesses, co-founder Elie Fischer says.
Sabra founder Yehuda Pearl may have just invented the world's most eco-friendly piece of plastic.
A weight loss plan, an empty suitcase and an audacious plot to pull off the perfect heist.
Two food entrepeneurs in Israel are turning an old candy factory into a huge workspace to help other fledgling food manufacturers grow their businesses. And they're not alone.
It's a Japanese dessert that's taken the world by storm: Bite-sized ice cream wrapped in a sweet, doughy exterior.
Owners of the Brooklyn eatery have mastered sustainability and are urging others to follow suit.
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Impossible Foods co-founder Tal Ronnen sees the company expanding to fish and dairy products as well.
Is it breakfast? Is it dessert? Is it a snack? No one knows, but everyone's eating it.
Harvard grad's startup is hoping a gene editing tool will be the 'holy grail' of the egg industry.
Israeli teens travel from Rwanda to Uganda to set up Spirulina labs.
Cannibble has raised $1 million from more than 1,000 backers in a crowdfunding effort.
The Israeli-born chef just won his sixth James Beard award, this time for Outstanding Restaurant.
This trendy, super-flavorful vegetable is in short supply, but that doesn't stop foodies and restaurateurs from clamoring for them.