The FDA will ban partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), the largest source of trans fats in processed foods, by 2018. This is a big deal.
This leaf is packed with nutrients, grows in dry tropic climates where people are malnourished, and appeals to affluent health buffs, too.
A reader wants to know whether fruit grown in public parks and city land ends up contaminated with all the crud in urban soil. Umbra's got the answer.
Pesticide use near school zones isn't just an isolated health risk -- it's been an ongoing environmental justice issue across California.
In a step it hasn't taken since the 1970s, the state water board tells key rights holders, including municipalities and water districts, to draw less H2O.
Like many certification systems, the Whole Foods ratings have some downsides, and some farmers say the system is costly and flawed.
Have you ever noticed that climate change is killing all that you hold dear? Welcome to Spoiler Alerts.
Restaurant owners embrace -- and worry about -- Seattle's new minimum wage hike.
Thankfully, nearly 90 percent of the survey's respondents were interested in reducing food waste at home.