by Alex Zielinski Nov 25, 2015
Native American tribes were once the most agriculturally prosperous people in the U.S. But a lot has changed.
by Samantha Page Nov 24, 2015
The biggest eating and travelling day of the year isn't exactly low impact. Here's how to make the best of the holiday.
by Bryce Covert Nov 10, 2015
"It reflects our commitment to not only being a great place to eat but a great place to work," the CEO said.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Oct 26, 2015
The meat industry is already fighting back against a panel of international scientists that suggested their products could increase cancer risk.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 12, 2015
According to Oxfam, this year's forecasted El Niño could cause trouble for agriculture around the world, leading to extreme food insecurity in some countries.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 8, 2015
Pumpkin crops in the Midwest are suffering because of heavy late spring and early summer rains -- a pattern that is going to become more common with climate change.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 1, 2015
Ten leaders from the world's largest food companies released a joint letter Thursday urging Congress to take action on climate change.
by Alan Pyke Sep 22, 2015
As Charm City tackles the "food deserts" a quarter of its people live in, it's trying to learn from other cities' example.
by Bryce Covert Sep 9, 2015
A pub has banned tipping and joined a movement that's growing across the country.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 31, 2015
On Monday, General Mills announced a plan to cut emissions throughout its entire operation -- from farm to landfill -- by nearly 30 percent.