The company said Monday that Trix and Reese’s Puffs will be among the first cereals to undergo the changes. The Minneapolis company says cereals like Lucky Charms that have marshmallows may take longer to reformulate.
The announcement comes as investors have been speculating for weeks about the possibility of a major acquisition.
Jeni’s closed its shops and halted production June 12 after listeria was found in the plant for the second time since April.
The hospital started the next phase of work Thursday with crews working on the front of the hospital.
The move will remove artificial trans fats from the food supply almost entirely. However, consumers aren’t likely to notice much of a difference in their favorite foods.
The new research suggests patients should be pushy about getting follow-up care so they don’t have to return to emergency departments.
The Health Department says it has received a five-year, $3.25 million federal grant to work with the university to establish the Ebola treatment center.
A little girl is giving her birthday presents to children battling cancer.
The State Department of Health said Friday that 85 people have tested positive to TB in skin tests, up from 54 positive tests on Wednesday.
The company’s clients include Fort Wayne Neurological Center and Gynecology Center Inc. Fort Wayne.
The program has had a good start, enrolling about 177,000 new participants since winning federal approval early this year.
The Indiana State Department of Health said Wednesday that 49 students and staff at Rock Creek Community Academy in Sellersburg, about 10 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky, have tested positive and five others belong to a church.
Summer can be a tough time for students who relied on meals provided by their schools, but thanks to summer food programs kids don’t have to go hungry.
New York City could become the first city in the U.S. to require a warning label on high-sodium menu items at chain restaurants, health officials told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
Federal health regulators say a highly-anticipated, experimental drug from Amgen significantly lowers bad cholesterol. But officials have questions about who should take the drug and whether to approve it based on currently available data.
Clark County Health Department administrator Mike Meyer said Friday the 48 positive skin tests for the bacterial disease don’t mean those students have diagnosed TB cases.
Officials say it’s too soon to seek state permission for a needle-exchange program.
It’s the first major advance in lowering bad, or LDL, cholesterol since the introduction of blockbuster statin drugs in the late 1980s.
The 163 confirmed cases and three preliminary positive cases are up from a total of 163 cases last week.
A new grief center in Fort Wayne opened by non-profit hospice care group Visiting Nurse is helping adults cope with the loss of a loved one.