A hole-in-the wall museum in Pittsburgh, run by an oddball art professor, offers a sober — and sobering — glimpse of what we’ve done to life as we know it. Good? Bad? You make the call.
The Food and Drug Administration officially rejected the Corn Refiners Association’s request to refer to HFCS as the more benign-sounding “corn sugar” in packaged food ingredient lists.
A growing cadre of farmers, chefs, activists, and consumers is moving Alabama back to its rich and sustainable agricultural heritage.
Do you have something to say about the $85 billion bill that will shape the nation’s food and farming landscape for the next five years? Congress is digging down into the details, but it’s not too late to chime in.
According to one critic, this four-part HBO series — which begins tonight — offers a systematic examination of the obesity epidemic.
China’s meat consumption has changed a lot in the last 20 years — so much so that corn to feed industrially raised animals is now more prevalent than rice.
For food reformers, little has changed since the “Secret Farm Bill” process was exposed to the public last fall. But now the GOP-led House has turned their attention to food stamps and it remains to be seen whether Congress can …
New science suggests that the ubiquitous sweetener may interact with environmental factors — such as exposure to heavy metals and pesticides — to impact childhood development.
Daniel Imhoff, the man who literally wrote the book on food policy, talks about democracy, debate, and why we should feel thankful for the farm bill, even in depressing years like this one.