The last year has seen a wave of companies reject one of the worst factory farm practices out there. But Sysco's pledge might have the most impact yet.
The EPA doesn't know where most factory farms are, nor what they're polluting -- and yet it just reversed a rule that would have helped clean water regulators find out.
Despite its name, the American Farm Bureau Federation is more likely to side with the insurance industry than it is with farmers.
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With more factory farms, bigger meat processing facilities, and growing numbers of immigrant workers, it looks like Cargill and Co. might be priming the Midwest to produce meat for the world.
A new campaign targets Trader Joe's, with an interest in prompting industry-wide change.
Americans now spend just under 9 percent of our income on food, about 30 percent less than we did in 1982. But is this a good thing?
A growing cadre of farmers, chefs, activists, and consumers is moving Alabama back to its rich and sustainable agricultural heritage.
When Thomas Keller, the iconic chef at The French Laundry, made a point to privilege flavor over sustainability in the New York Times recently, he did us all a disservice.
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