Writer Melanie Warner spent a year and a half exploring the processed-food industry. Here are her unappetizing discoveries.
We can’t shop our way out of a broken food system, says Wenonah Hauter. The head of Food & Water Watch talks about her book “Foodopoly” and taking on the corporate system.
Vegan, paleo, raw, locavore — who can say what’s best? One writer says concerned eaters should put down their weapons and work to change the food system together.
With soy, almond, and other plant-based milks growing in popularity, the dairy industry is flexing its ad dollars and reminding America that “real milk comes from cows.”
Tired of hearing that “complete protein” has to come from animals? A nutritionist takes on that argument and says plant-based phytonutrients might be more important anyway.
Remember last year’s Washington state-based “From Here” campaign, which added a “locavore” twist to McDonald’s highly processed offerings? Well, the fast food giant will take farmwashing to a national scale starting next month with a truly groan-worthy advertising campaign. Here …
Photo: Casey V. PhotographyA few weeks ago, I learned of a relatively new blog about food industry deception, but with an interesting twist. The blog’s author is Bruce Bradley, who spent over 15 years as a food marketer at companies …
The seed giant is now selling a ready-to-eat broccoli product meant to “maintain your body’s defenses against the damage of environmental pollutants and free radicals.” Can you taste the irony?