If you saw this on top of your local McDonald's, would it make you more likely to pull over for a burger and fries? I have to admit that it would work on me.
The National Science Foundation found Michael Mann, a scientist at the center of Climategate, did nothing wrong. You don’t say. Ford and Toyota are going to be working together on technology for hybrid trucks and SUVs. Apparently Michele Bachmann wants to the United States to become an Iran-like state where oil is government-subsidized. How else to explain her continued, irrational insistence that gas will be $2 per gallon during her presidency?
Is the growth of farmers markets around the U.S. too much of a good thing? Or do we need to grow more farmers and more infrastructure to meet demand?
FDA crackdowns on food clubs across the country intimidate producers at a time when our country can least afford to be trashing jobs and opportunity.
Daniel Klein talks to an Oregon sheep farmer who believes it's a big deal to kill an animal, and that this attitude should inform our meat consumption.
Laments over the high cost of sustainably raised meat, poultry, and dairy products miss the bigger picture: Americans eat too much meat, period.
Douglas Gayeton's smart, visually packed collages bring the language of the food movement to life. Plus: They look damn cool.
FoodCorps puts young workers into communities to deliver nutrition education, build and tend school gardens, and implement farm-to-school programs.
The Perennial Plate hits the halfway point in a journey across America in search of real food. Watch a recap of our adventures.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.