Food

Artisanal water is both a joke and a thing

Remember when drinking water came from the tap? Ah, the good old days.

Food

Does it matter if my salad greens come in a bag or a box?

If you just can't deal with washing your lettuce yourself, is it better to go for a plastic bag or a plastic box? Umbra has a clear answer.

Strawberry fields not forever

For strawberries, it’s diversify or die

A pesticide ban is about to make life harder than ever for strawberry growers -- but the rule might also spur some creative solutions.

Food

Jeb comes out against ethanol mandate, Iowa be damned

The presidential candidate thinks it's time for the renewable fuel standard to end.

Food

How will technology change farming?

Billions in startup investment are driving a new wave of "Ag 3.0" innovations that could make farms more productive, efficient, and responsible.

Food

This video explains America’s love affair with meat

Americans eat nearly twice as much as the average Norwegian and roughly nine times as much as the average Ghanaian.

Food

With lab-grown meat, can we have our animals and eat them too?

Not many scientists are trying to grow meat in the lab, but those who are think it could change the world.

Venisons and daughters

Meat is never simple when it’s the family business

From carnivore to vegetarian to carnivore: Here's the tale of a rancher's daughter.

Food

Everything you always wanted to know about fish farming but were afraid to ask

Can farmed fish be green? Can farmed fish be cool? Answers to these -- and more! -- inside.