State Department documents released by WikiLeaks reveal insight into how deep the U.S. government's commitment to genetically engineered crops really is.
With the White House's announcement that there would be funding for 6,000 new salad bars around the country, the Boulder school district, which has one in all 48 schools, should be a role model.
Senate food-safety bill S. 510 doesn't address the big underlying problem: the hazard that comes from huge, concentrated factory farms.
Confronted with a sudden surplus of meat, I went Thai'd one on a chuck roast. And I didn't regret it.
Policy makers generally assume that high food prices hurt the global poor, because they increasingly live in cities and have to buy their food. New research suggests that view could be wrong.
For your holiday-weekend pleasure, here's the best of what I've been reading lately, starting with a profile of home-fermentation wizard Sandor Katz.
Anna Lapp?, the Farm Sanctuary manager, and others on how our food system effects the climate, and how climate change might impact the food's future.
Tomorrow, millions of people will feast on flavorless turkeys raised in tight quarters and stuffed with industrially produced, genetically modified corn. You'd think King Corn would be grinning ear-to-ear this week. Instead, His Majesty is furious!