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Red Dye No. 3, also known as erythrosine, is a synthetic dye derived from petroleum, and it's used in food and drinks to give them a bright cherry-red color.
Keely Arthur, WRAL consumer reporter
Pat's Gas and Grill is part gas station, part convenience store, and part good ol' country cookin'! Pat and Kenneth are a husband and wife who built the place in Benson in 1989--and who are blessed to have so many loyal customers they call friends.
Bull City Pepper Company of Durham, out of an abundance of caution for consumers with a soy allergy recalled their Death Rides A Bull Hot Sauce due to an undeclared trace amount of soy that was found inside an apple cider vinegar used in the recipe.
March is National Nutrition Month. Nine million children in the U.S. are facing hunger, and most are not getting key nutrients. Pediatric Dietitian Marina Chaparro is here to share advice to help families make every bite count.
5 On Your Side's Keely Arthur has this week's Restaurant Ratings
Gardening is a great hobby that also has many health benefits, but it's important to be mindful of what plants are in season when you're gardening.
Delaney Eyermann, WRAL multiplatform producer
The restaurant will close March 12.
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
Angus Barn owners Steve Thanhauser and Van Eure accepted the award over the weekend.
Elo Life Systems has hit major milestones in product development and has closed $24.5 million in a Series A funding round.
Every day this week we are helping you get ready for a winning Super Bowl party. Today we're helping you with the sides, and Sassool's Simone Lawson is here with some great ideas.
The potato chip company that's crackling with success. The Tar Heel Traveler stopped in Raleigh to meet a man behind the company for snacks that give back.
Triangle Restaurant Week got underway Monday, with more than 45 restaurants participating.
Jessica Patrick, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
The Tar Heel Traveler headed west to Mocksville, N.C. to visit a truckstop turned roadside restaurant that's been open for almost 75 years.
Every year, an estimated 48 million Americans get sick from bacteria and viruses in their food. Now, the Food and Drug Administration is trying to reduce the number of illnesses with its Food Traceability Rule.
Keely Arthur, WRAL consumer reporter
The FDA is pushing for fewer foodborne illnesses in 2023. WRAL 5 On Your Side's Keely Arthur explains how the new FDA rule works.
Despite the latest Consumer Price Index report saying inflation is at it's lowest since Oct. 2021, Backyard BBQ Pit is struggling
Monica Casey, WRAL Durham reporter
About one out of every three households in the state has reported their kids haven't had enough to eat and it's due to the price of food. This is according to the most recent Household Pulse Survey.
The Durham Rescue Mission opened 'Operation RESCUE: Warm Shelter' and sent out two crews in search of anyone needing shelter and warm food as an arctic front creeps into the Triangle.
It's a small food item with a big success story. Scott Mason tells the story of Bertie County Peanuts.
Inventiveness combined with a sense of humor led to 'Meat Sweats,' a product birthed by two Raleigh-based brothers with a veteran presence to supplement the barbecue boom.
Ryan Bisesi, WRAL multiplatform producer
An underground farming effort below one of the world's most populous cities could provide hope for the future.
Clyde Cooper's Barbeque in Raleigh is making light of a viral moment when a customer called 911 due to "pink meat."
Chris Lovingood, WRAL anchor/reporter
C&T Wok in Morrisville and Pho Vietnam in Raleigh get their grades.
A woman dining at Clyde Cooper's Barbeque at 327 South Wilmington St. called Raleigh police because she claimed the pork she ordered was too pink