Food has emerged as the key motivating force of Detroiters' efforts to re-imagine their town as a thriving, livable place. Here are three representatives of the spirit driving the 21st-century version of the Motor City.
Forced to eat cafeteria food for six days straight, the Urbivore has a new dilemma -- being homesick for her local-veggie box. Can such fresh food spoil you? And why does it spoil so fast, anyway?
Chipotle Grill won't live up to its "integrity" slogan until it stands with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers against slavery.
UC Berkeley professor Tyrone Hayes sent obscene emails to pesticide maker Syngenta's staff. But that doesn't invalidate his research on atrazine.
New York Times recently ran Stephen Budiansky's op-ed hailing the energy efficiency of the industrial food system. The reality is much more complex
You like nose-to-tail dinners and street-food festivals. Your bananas and coffee are Fair Trade, but everything else is Far From It. Sound familiar? A farmer and real-food activist lays out what you can do if you truly want to change …
Michelle Obama renews her call for Congress to pass the "Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act" touting an increase in funding. But it's about more than that -- the bill may finally get junk food out of schools.
If peanut butter is chock full of peanuts, and PETA is chock full of vegans, then the only logical conclusion is that PETA Butter is chock full of vegans, no?
It's like Easter in September on my farm, where "free range" seems to mean "free to lay your eggs anywhere but in your nice, spacious coop."