The Wall Street Journal dismisses any doubts about whether urban areas can support serious sustainable agriculture
The details most news outlets have missed: Soda remains an option, the portion of apples is tiny, and the meal still has a toy
As U.S. sales slow, McDonald's, PepsiCo, and Coca-Cola are sustaining themselves by exporting unhealthy products
The soup giant's abandonment of its anti-salt campaign shows how food companies will never sacrifice profits for health
Walmart, Walgreens, and others are saying they will help boost food access in low-income areas. Are they for real?
Burgers aren't the only bad guys. Milkshakes, cheesecake, and giant steaks are among the worst obesity offenders, too.
A visit to the tech giant's headquarters reveals smart nutrition labeling and vending machines where healthier items are cheaper
Publishers are turning out so many food-related books that it's hard to keep up—so we've identified a handful not to miss
Our food policy expert highlights dozens of organizations and resources that can help you change the way America eats
Non-military discretionary spending makes up only a sliver of America's total budget—so it's hard to imagine major changes
PepsiCo's CEO is under fire for pushing healthier products—and the drama says a lot about how the industry works
The government's Food Save Families program is cute, but it might not work—and it doesn't address the real problem
The department's "process verification" program for poultry companies sounds like quality control—but it's really just marketing
In a rare act of transparency (or self-defense), the agency responsible for food safety discusses the magnitude of the threat
A partnership between a KFC franchise and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation shows off the odd world of "cause marketing"
A look at the Environmental Working Group's annual ranking of the most and least pesticide-contaminated produce
In an unusual move, the agency did its own testing to prove a Pfizer drug unsafe. Will Congress empower it to do more?
A leading nutritionist discusses tainted salads, food safety laws, irradiation, and whether women are really more at risk than men
The New York Times says a lack of activity at work is making us fat. Could that really play a greater role than diet?
Are sprouts wreaking havoc abroad? Unclear. But one thing's for certain—the U.S. could experience a similar disaster.