They have one set of ads for children, emphasizing taste, and another for parents, trumpeting health benefits.
With global fisheries at a turning point, the European Union tries to make sustainability a policy priority.
The controversial labels, which endorsed Froot Loops as healthy, are under investigation by the FDA.
Experts disagree on whether there are health benefits to reducing sodium in diets. Why is there no consensus?
The government agency warns food companies there will be new regulations on nutrition labeling.
University donors vow to withdraw contributions if the writer is allowed to speak on campus.
After the author makes a speech about world hunger, an American diplomat objects to her conclusions.
The world economic crisis is making it harder for people around the world to get enough to eat.
The state's attorney general criticizes the nutrition-labeling program as misleading and vows to investigate.
The television host missed his chance to have a meaningful discussion about the dangers of the food system.
New reports and policies try to tackle the problem of bad food in school cafeterias across the country.
A new partnership between American Academy of Family Physicians and the soda giant raises questions.
The author explains why zapping dirty meat to kill bacteria won't fix the problems of the food system.
Even though a new study says nutritional information on menus doesn't lead people to better food choices.
Two recent articles illustrate the toll tainted food takes on individuals and society as a whole.
It's possible, even in low-income communities, provided parents, teachers, and administrators are committed.
The soda company plans to display nutrition information more prominently. Will this help consumers?
The soft drink industry runs a full-page ad in the New York Times after city wages attack on sugary sodas.
Doctors and consumers alike are starting to wonder whether supplements really make healthy people healthier.