Food

Politics

It’s official: California farmers volunteer to give up water

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.

Eggspense Account

Prepare to pay more for eggs

With domestic output in jeopardy, egg producers are contemplating both foreign supplies and plant-based alternatives.

Food

This palm oil company just bulldozed a rainforest

Pressuring a little-known ag corporation is hard, so activists are going after a posh hotel chain that's owned by the same conglomerate.

Food

This map of food cravings across the United States will make you hungry

Jucy Lucys. Chicken cheesesteaks. Banana pudding. What does your state crave the most?

Food

Finding good bagels outside of New York is impossible, and here’s why

A New York bagel, in all its culinary beauty, is a unique work of art. Watch this video to find out why.

Food

This woman turned her yard into a farm for an amazing cause

Watch this video for inspirational stories of family, mushroom hunting, and more.

Science

Scientists may have found a way to eliminate antibiotic-resistant infections

New gene-editing technologies may take down antibiotic-resistant bacteria once and for all.

Food

The world is finally buying less Keurig Krap

Keurig Green Mountain -- maker of throwaway coffee pods in myriad tempting flavors -- is in the middle of a sales crisis.

Clucking Nuts

John Oliver lays out everything wrong with our crazy chicken industry

Watch this segment that manages to condense the problems of contract farming and corporate consolidation into 18 hilarious minutes.