A roundup of expert opinions on Stanford University's latest organic study raises some big questions about the role of nutrition in the organic conversation.
Have you ever been shopping for groceries and wished someone would help you find the foods that are the least toxic and processed for the best price? A new guide does just that.
Here's a visual breakdown of the 20 companies that have put the most money into fighting California's Prop 37. Can you guess who's at the top?
What started as an intimate, two-way connection between farms and locavores has spurred a much wider approach to produce delivery. But does bringing organic food to the masses dilute real community-supported agriculture?
From academic anthologies to personal journeys, here are some of the latest books fueling the good food movement.
In her new book, "Eat the City," author Robin Shulman digs in to the Big Apple's food producing past and takes a romp through its lively present.
The nation's drought-withered corn fields aren't taking in anywhere near the amount of nitrogen fertilizer that farmers put on the ground last spring. And the excess could show up in the Gulf of Mexico.
This year's unusually small Gulf dead zone bucks the upward trend and will give aquatic life a chance to rebound. But it's no reason to breathe easy about nutrient runoff from agriculture.
The Irish potato famine should have taught the food and farming world that crop diversity is crucial. But the genetically engineered potato on trial in Ireland suggests that we haven't actually learned much.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.