By Sy Mukherjee on January 15, 2014
A new study finds that most children are exposed to food and beverage marketing at their schools, usually for unhealthy products.
By Aviva Shen on January 14, 2014
The lobbying group representing the world's largest processed food companies argues Washington's campaign finance laws violated its civil rights.
By Sy Mukherjee on January 10, 2014
Although slashing nutritional assistance might yield short-term budgetary savings, doctors warn that will come at the expense of higher health care costs in the future.
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By Tara Culp-Ressler on January 3, 2014
There are now more overweight and obese adults in developing nations than there are in rich countries.
By Hayes Brown on December 18, 2013
To save $75 million, Congress may be condemning 2 million people in poor countries to malnutrition or starvation.
By Joanna M. Foster on December 4, 2013
On Tuesday, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries closed the Northern shrimp fishery in the Gulf of Maine citing record low stocks.
By Joanna M. Foster on December 3, 2013
Six major U.S, school system band together to help make more sustainable cafeterias an affordable reality.
By Sy Mukherjee on November 25, 2013
Americans who rely on SNAP benefits to buy food don't have access to healthy foods. It doesn't have to be that way.
By Sy Mukherjee on November 21, 2013
This dynamic holds true for adults. A new study suggests it's true for children, too.
By Aviva Shen on November 9, 2013
GMO labeling may have failed in Washington on Tuesday, but the real food fight is only just beginning.