Crickets make a great sustainable protein source. But there are still some problems with the yum factor -- we lack a culinary tradition for bugs.
The state has already asked most farmers and residents to cut water use. Now it's turning to the people whose water rights are first in legal line.
Pressuring a little-known ag corporation is hard, so activists are going after a posh hotel chain that's owned by the same conglomerate.
When shareholders in agribiz giant Bunge vote on a policy to curb deforestation, they'll be voting on both sustainability and the bottom line.
An international team is trying to create a more efficient kind of rice. What can coffee beans and cat poop tell us about their work?
GOP candidate Ben Carson may be a Tea Party favorite, but his red-state leanings don't extend to red meat.
A new report makes the business case for food producers to do more to protect their water supplies by supporting action on climate.
Food chains are falling over themselves trying to please the public by simplifying their products. Sometimes that's great. Sometimes it's meaningless.
A new study of soil warns that we're pushing the limits of our planetary skin and in danger of pulling nutrients out of the earth too fast.