Stack & Van Til president Dave Wilkinson said grocery stores have been doing well, but depend on a healthy economy.
Grocery stores are working to remain relevant to customers, such as by offering more natural foods, said Stack & Van Til president Dave Wilkinson.
HOBART | Caring Heart, Open Arms Childcare and Development Ministry, which operates a day care at South Lake Worship Center, recently received a gold level Child and Adult Care Food Program Award from the Indiana Department of Education.
Everyone could use a little help keeping those New Year's resolutions to slim down. But if it means the government limiting junk food, the response is an overwhelming, "No."
Most of us are familiar with the tiredness that follows a meal like pizza, or the buzz of caffeine and sugar that leaves us flat after a few hours. But food is supposed to give us sustained energy and nutrients.
Parents could take the easy way out and serve quick, sugary and not-so-healthy foods, but children will be happier if you choose healthier options. Here are tips to help.
The food system is broken. In Indiana and around the world, vast amounts of food are wasted while many go hungry. One-third of all greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture. The number of food-related disease is on the rise.
With so much emphasis on fighting obesity in the United States, it seems counterintuitive that thousands of people in Northwest Indiana and the south suburbs live in food deserts. It's a serious problem, though.
After a swollen IBS belly forced Kat Barry home early from an exclusive and glamorous real estate industry party, she decided to finally take her diet to what some would call an extreme: veganism.
INDIANAPOLIS | State Rep. Charlie Brown, D-Gary, is taking a wait-and-see attitude toward Walgreens' promise to recommend non-candy items at its checkout stations and increase its availability of fresh, healthy food.
For parents who want their kids to eat healthfully, mealtimes can become prolonged skirmishes, more about conflict than togetherness. So we asked some experts for tactics parents can use to win the nutrition wars on the home front.
It's up to parents to make a conscious decision to start cooking and offering healthy foods for all the family meals. Here are some suggestions on how to make healthy eating second nature for your kids.
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