When two good-looking 23-year-olds give up careers in investment banking to grow mushrooms, oysters and shiitakes aren't the first fungi one imagines.
In which I make peace with regular old corn syrup, and you should, too.
Rep. Jack Kingston, the incoming chair of the subcommittee that has jurisdiction over the FDA, doesn't think there's anything unsafe about the nation's food supply.
Grist's senior food and agriculture writer will discuss what's happening with tomato harvesters in Immokalee, Fla., and more.
Here in America, we don't believe in wasting food. Not only do we find a home for unwanted alcoholic energy drinks, but also edible food-like substances and even potentially hazardous items like contaminated eggs.
Starting in December 2011, McDonald's restaurants in San Francisco are turning Happy Meals into Crappy Meals, reports the Daily Show's Aasif Mandvi.
American adults and kids don't eat enough fruit. The solution, according to PepsiCo: Make fruit more fun! And what's more fun than puréed slush that you can squirt straight in your mouth?
The Open Source Ecology team's ambitious first project is the Global Village Construction Set -- a sort of life-size Erector set of the most essential machines for building a "small civilization with modern-day comforts."