Experts who attended the Food Safety Summit in Baltimore in April should have skipped lunch.
According to a new study, 97 percent of chicken breasts bought in stores across the U.S. was found to contain potentially harmful bacteria.
Chicken waste will one day power state offices and university buildings in Maryland.
For many, chicken wings are a necessary staple of a Super Bowl Sunday diet. But getting one’s hands on the bite-sized bits may be easier said than done thanks to a spike in corn prices.