A local cafe has found a way to help those less fortunate and encourage customers...
Food retailers are assessed based on five risk factors: Food from unsafe sources, improper temperature control, Inadequate cooking, poor personal hygiene, and contaminated equipment or poor protection from contamination.
A legislative committee this year killed the proposed Food Freedom Act, saying it went too far. But state Rep. Lee Perry, R-Perry, who chaired the committee that heard the bill, said food freedom legislation will be back in 2017. Backers say millennials, urban homesteaders and home kitchen...
A local cafe has found a way to help those less fortunate and encourage customers to “pay it forward.” A Good Life Cafe & Juice Bar, located at 274 Historic 25th St., has implemented an “Everyone’s a Winner” program.
The Weber-Morgan Health Department posts only basic reports on restaurants under critical violation enforcement, while the Davis County and Bear River departments promise complete reports, but many are not available on the internet at the moment.
Rust and slaughter residue, deteriorating walls and dead flies in light fixtures were found at two Box Elder slaughter shops last year but more than 40 such shops exist in Utah and don’t show major issues during inspection.
The first Food Truck League event of the year brought customers loyal to their favorite food trucks to Northridge High School.
Wondering where to get the best food and deals for Ogden Restaurant Week 2016? Here’s your guide to the 24 participating restaurants and the food specials they’re serving.
Bangkok Garden features Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese food, with several options included in its weekly deal.
If you’ve never been to Tona Sushi Bar and Grill, or are a newbie to sushi like me, Ogden Restaurant Week makes going here a no-brainer.
Head into the country on Ogden’s Park Boulevard for some rustic food at the Prairie Schooner Steak House.