junk food

Advertising Fitness Studio Disguises Free Club Passes As Junk Food

Tight Club fitness studio hid branded goods at grocery stores around Vancouver to encourage shoppers to change their habits

Innovation Bolthouse Farms Uses #Foodporn To Wean Us Off Our Obsession With Junkfood

The Food Porn Index tracks hashtags to encourage a love for good-for-you treats.

Flaming Junk Food Highlights Americans' Unhealthy Obsession [Pics]

Photographer Henry Hargreaves’ latest series features a burger, pizza, donut and other tasty snacks set on fire.

Luxury 11 Stories You Need To Know Today

Target to head across the border, tweets may be streamlined and Office Depot and Office Max become one...links to start your day with.

Partner Content PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From getting fit on Facebook to ultrasound pills that eliminate the need for shots, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.

15 Year Old Creates Candy Line Using 100% Natural Ingredients

Nicky Bronner decided to make his own "unjunked" alternatives after his parents threw away half of his Halloween candy.

Advertising Disney To Banish Junk Food Ads Aimed At Kids [Headlines]

The iconic media corporation moves to ban the marketing of unhealthy foods throughout its children’s programming.

Design Handmade Jewelry For The Junk Food Addict

A new take on jewelry design sees the creation of miniature polymer clay food replicas that look to good enough to eat.

Design Bolthouse Farms Markets Baby Carrots As Junk Food

The food company took a different and inventive route when coming up with the campaign for their healthy veg.

Innovation Junk Food Diet Helps Professor To Lose 27 Pounds In 2 Months

An unusual experiment offers a radically different perspective on dieting.

Advertising Rebranding Baby Carrots As 'Junk Food'

A new marketing campaign aims to promote a healthy snack alternative to school children.

Innovation School Cuts Crime By Changing Cafeteria Menu

Does food affect our behavior? A school in Wisconsin claims it does, in a positive way.