Meet artist Amanda Louise Spayd, a sculptor who crafts endearing doll sized creatures.
Tyrone Jackson is a second-generation street vendor who started his own line of hot dogs after becoming frustrated and concerned with the food he was buying from vendors.
An agricultural economist says the lack of rain is sure to raise Ohio prices on meat, milk, and other food commodities.
For two decades an Ohio State University professor has been working to boost yellow perch fish production. Now he says he’s finding success in the lab. That’s good news for consumers and restaurants. It means fresh perch will likely be available for the foreseeable future.
An increasing number of people need assistance from food pantries. One local church helps meet those demands.
Shoppers at local grocery stores are saving money, but that may not be good for some stores. The continued downturn in the economy led to steep drops in grocery store earnings for the parent company of Save A Lot. Shoppers on the near East Side claim they have to shop smart.
Mexican food is popular in Columbus. More and more Mexican eateries are popping up in parking lots.
Central Ohio planners are calling for a return to basics in food production.
Many Columbus food pantries offer fresh produce to those in need. The challenge is often keeping a steady supply of the fruits and vegetables. At a South Champion Avenue pantry, crates of fruits and vegetables come courtesy of some special karma.
For the past four months, food stamp recipients in central Ohio have been receiving an average of nearly 30% more money.
A non-profit consumer advocacy group wants Congress to keep schools from buying lunch milk that contains artificial growth hormones. But dairy farmers say any changes to the bill would hurt farmers that choose to use the treatments.