Jack DeCoster, the man behind the company responsible for the vast egg recall, has a record of environmental and human-rights abuses dating to the 90s
Watch the Today Show -- and me! -- break down the issue of SunChips' new and noisy biodegradable bag.
In the latest edition of Victual Reality, the podcast about food politics, I talk to Nancy Rabalais, the scientist who leads an annual voyage into the Gulf dead zone to measure the extent of its destruction.
As marketers learn to fake climate-friendly food, how do we spot the real thing? It's a question of values.
Five average Detroit households could subsist on one profligate Austinite's food budget. Check out an infographic showing which cities spend the most and least on food.
It's county fair season, and as farmers compete for handsomest Holstein, vendors are vying to impale the most outrageous items on a stick and fry them.
Seattle's urban ag scene is flourishing, with innovative startup farms and organizations putting down roots alongside established ones. And with new legislation just passed Aug. 16, they will have even more room and resources with which to grow.
When the tomatoes turn red and the corn is so tall I can't even reach the top by jumping, I get a hankering for funnel cake, sno-cones, and the tilt-a-whirl. It must be county fair season in the Midwest! But …
Attorneys for D.C. Public Schools have refused to release an accounting of more than $1 million in rebates received from corporate food manufacturers, claiming that details about the rebates constitute "trade secrets."