A look at the many conflicts over the precious, tasty mineral that humans need to survive
The fizzy, fermented tea is not the cure-all that its devotees want it to be, but it still might have health benefits.
The quest to keep kosher has shaped America’s grocery stores.
The dish, like the nation that popularized it, has a complicated, often contradictory history.
The environmental cost of boxes, cans, and jars has sparked a movement to change how food is stored.
The fruit's origin is a culinary mystery.
Independent brewers are playing with ancient ingredients to invent new flavors.
The fruit isn't as commonplace as it seems—at one point, it even inspired the Mafia.
From the Hamburglar to boosted almond trucks
Why caffeine has such a hold on the brain and body
The simple weight-loss formula—burn more energy than you consume—may actually be holding us back in the fight to curb obesity.