What should you plant if you’ve never gardened before?

Give gardening a whirl by growing herbs on your windowsill.


Americans are nothing but Lucky Charms and chicken fingers, study shows

More than half of our daily energy intake comes from highly processed foods.

Hail seitan!

Vegetarian food companies finally get their own lobbyist in D.C.

And it happens to be Dennis Kucinich's wife.


Chef talks “trash fish,” February tomatoes, and supporting farmers

Chef Teddy Diggs doesn't throw around the term "sustainable" casually: He's experimenting all the time to make his food greener.


Here’s a realistic plan to slash food waste

A new report lays out a detailed plan for making big cuts in food waste.


How lessons from the Black Panthers could change the food movement

History teaches us that food has always been a potent political tool.


Here’s why Whole Foods’ pre-peeled oranges might not be as absurd as they sound

In which we explain #orangegate.


What you need to know about planning a garden. (Hint: It starts with the seeds)

Here are some tips for gardeners-to-be wondering where to begin.

Business & Technology

Why the EPA’s recent pesticide battle could be a big deal

The move could signal a change in the way the agency approaches conditional registrations.