Congress plans to cut up to $16 billion from low-income food aid over the next five years. But research shows every dollar spent on assistance pays for itself and grows the economy.
How the federal government can nudge people to spend food dollars in a way that benefits local small-scale farms and creates farmers' markets in areas where consumers have no alternative
Doctors can feed the poor better than supermarkets can—especially if you understand the real causes of urban obesity
At the White House, Rachael Ray, Tom Colicchio, and others prove that feeding kids right is about treating them right
Star chefs might give school food reform glamour, but lesser-known cooks will be the ones making meals we can believe in
If supermarkets can't revitalize urban areas, what can? How local foods could feed both people and regional economies.
With the right incentives, food stamps can provide local fruits and vegetables to the people who need them most
The combination of smoky bacon mingling with the earthiness of mushrooms and the tang of arugula is hard to beat