Whether you end up changing the world or just your own health, eating less is a great idea.
What's in a name? Unilever, maker of Hellmann's, drops its lawsuit against the maker of an alternative, dairy-free mayo.
From school lunches to GMOs to cow farts, the effort to fund the federal government came with more than its share of food-related compromises and regulatory trimming.
Wasting less where food is produced is not only good for the planet, but it also helps reduce poverty -- the best way to get at hunger.
Consumers putting pressure on big food companies made the difference in getting big palm-oil traders to commit to changing their ways, an advocate says.
The group that put the mandatory GMO-labeling initiative on the Oregon ballot concedes defeat.
Could the long national nightmare of gross school lunches be drawing to a close? Not yet, but this is a good start.
And we should, even if that means -- gasp! -- using synthetic fertilizers.
That means 96 percent of global palm oil production is now committed to better practices. Next step: making sure the promises are kept.
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