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Leland food bank donations down

Food donations are down, and several churches and organizations in Brunswick County are coming together to help.

NC a leader in food safety

North Carolina officials are helping the U.S. Food and Drug Administration develop a better system for protecting the nation's food supply.

Congress hold food safety hearing

Coming on the heels of troubling recalls that have hammered the food industry, Congress called on top officials from the department of agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration for an explanation Tuesday.

Local chef earns rave reviews, awards

videoKeith Rhodes is a very busy man, and it can be a challenge to catch him. We went behind the scenes in downtown Wilmington to find out why he earns rave reviews, awards and loyalty. Chef and owner of Catch Keith Rhodes has so much on his plate, he practically meets himself coming and going.

Wilmington restaurants shine in statewide competition

Three first-place winners were announced recently from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture’s Best Dish in NC competition, and two of those three were from Wilmington. Catch, known for its signature seafood dishes, won in the category of Casual Dining, while Deluxe, known around town for its eclectic menu and its celebrity guest list, won in the category of Fine Dining.

Wilmington man competing for “best burger”

A Wilmington man's cooking skills are getting him national recognition. This summer Good Morning America and the popular Chef Emiril teamed up to find the best burger recipe in the nation.

Americans worry about food supply safety

Recent reports of contaminated food, especially food products from China, have led many Americans to worry about the safety of their food supply. A recent survey from consumer reports shows Americans want better labeling on imported food.

FDA accused of letting public down

Lawmakers heard allegations that the Food and Drug Administration is letting the public down. From produce to peanut butter to toothpaste, the biggest threat to Americans may be what we put in our mouths.

Staying safe while grilling

videoOnce you've got what you need to plan the perfect Fourth of July barbeque you need to think about proper food preparation to avoid food poisoning on the fourth. Now that you've stocked up on all of your Fourth of July necessities, it's time to get your cook-out rolling. But there are a couple safety tips you should keep in mind before grilling outside.

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