If your football team can’t hack it on the field, perhaps they can grow some kick-ass kale. At least that’s the sentiment from Dallas’ Paul Quinn College. After the university cut its football program, President …
Meet some outlaw chickens and the people who harbor them -- in their quiet backyards.
Sweden's No. 1 burger chain got rid of its kids'-meal boxes and, contrary to expectations, sales of the meals rose. Apparently parents who are facing the prospect of their children scrabbling for survival on this wrecked cinder of a planet don’t like creating needless trash?
How do you know when to trust menus and marketing efforts that promise sustainable fare? One place to start is a certified organic restaurant.
Fruit and vegetable gleaning isn't just for nature-curious hipsters. It's also a great way to get fresh food in the hands of those with less access.
An experimental online marketplace hopes to fill two gaping holes in the community-supported agriculture business model: choice and convenience.
The online fundraising platform isn't just for artists and techies anymore; in 2011 alone, 241 successful Kickstarter food projects netted over $2.8 million.
McDonald’s may be getting a little less evil … maybe … I guess … if consumers really, really want it to. The fast food behemoth recently announced plans to swap out Styrofoam cups for paper …
Farmers and bugs typically have a hate-hate relationship. Insects eat up valuable wheat, barley, and soybeans, and farmers slay them dead using an arsenal of chemical weapons (a.k.a. pesticides). But no longer. Australian growers may …
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