Obama didn't impress food system reformers in his first four years. Will this term be any different?
The odds of success were long. California's flawed initiative process certainly didn't help.
Recent evidence that growing a diversity of crops would solve many of Big Ag's problems is encouraging, but it will take a larger shift in the culture of commodity farming to see any real results.
It just got much easier to find out how your representatives in Congress voted on food issues -- and to tell them what you think about it. Now who said the food movement doesn't pack a political punch?
There's new evidence that antibiotics in livestock are impacting our health -- and there are new proposed laws to control them. Here's everything you need to know.
With the vote on California's GMO labeling measure only three weeks away, the so-called "good food movement" finds itself at an important crossroads.
Can the seed giant patent DNA, even if a farmer comes by it legally? After several courts sided with the company, the Supreme Court will take up one farmer's appeal.
A new study says GMO crops have led farmers to use 400 million more pounds of pesticide than they would have otherwise. Here's how to interpret the science -- and the critique.
A recent lawsuit accused the pork industry of using industry marketing or "checkoff" funds to keep pigs in factory farms.
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