A nutritionist reacts to the latest wave of egg-related articles and explains what they actually mean
What Wednesday's response from "America's egg farmers" really said—and what it should have said
Great discoveries in meat substitute technology: meat flavors can make tofu taste better, and more
A Wall Street Journal piece on corporate social responsibility says the unthinkable: it's only about profits
The Food and Drug Administration is trying to put out food safety fires, but its hands are still tied
Salmonella isn't unheard of—but a recall of 380 million eggs? Stranger still is that new FDA rules didn't prevent it.
Food safety letter grade are terrifying chefs and might scare off business—but that's precisely the point
U.K. beef producers are fighting for their right to sell cattle descended from clones. But will they just be cloning our own lack of food transparency?
Britain's new conservative government is taking school food policy in a new direction—the wrong one, that is
With luck, food safety laws will crystallize this fall after a year of delays. Two looks at the latest developments.
How will the government keep food safe? As a Senate bill moves forward, an outline of what it might accomplish.
The latest ways the food industry is trying to influence you: social media, co-opting nutritionists, and more
The supplement industry takes a beating after sources call weight-loss drugs and vitamins over-the-counter dangers
When it comes to obesity and food safety, thinking about populations, not individuals, makes health the default
Construction in Russia is about to destroy 5,000 varieties of fruits and berries. But it's not too late—yet.
Almost everyone supports food safety reform. Everyone, that is, except anti-government raw milk advocates.
The beef industry has secretly been using federal funds to pay lobbyists. We'll have our steaks disclosed, please.
The FDA is shying away from enforcing food advertising rules—so a nonprofit is putting the agency under siege
A new website promises to help doctors, nurses, and social workers add their voices to food-related debates
Anti-obesity programs are, as has long been feared, stealing resources from campaigns to fight smoking. Why not try working together?