Culinary Intelligence tells the story of one New York magazine food writer who dropped 40 pounds and still managed to live life to the fullest.
The Bon Appetit Management Company hopes it has grown large enough to demand change from the ranchers and farmers it buys from.
A recent outbreak sickened 68 people, but the CDC refused to make the name of the source of the contaminated food available to the public.
A solution for farmers that can't afford the big state-of-the-art equipment required to process, store, and distribute their meat and produce.
Despite protests, the EPA approved the use of this potent poison years ago, but a lawsuit moving through the courts could change that.
Only after a decade of analysis, and long after the WHO and EU, will the EPA release a risk assessment of dioxins in our food supply.
Raising cattle on pasture is inherently more challenging than fattening them on feedlots, but many feel the results are worth the extra effort.
The USDA keeps a list of inorganic products that can legally go into foods labeled organic, but new board members could change things
Given that current production systems leave nearly one billion people undernourished, the onus should be on the agribusiness industry to prove its model, not the other way around
In a new book that's part recipe collection, part culinary manifesto, Sam Mogannam exposes readers to his popular San Francisco store
When a social-justice group showed up to present a letter asking the chain to sign a Fair Food Agreement, no one would open the door
In Poisoned, Jeff Benedict reminds us of the 1993 E. coli outbreak that killed four children, a story that's more relevant today than ever
Even if the government won't go after the food industry, William Marler will—by ensuring safe food through litigation
The state's immigration crackdown has led to a return to the Jim Crow era—and fruits and vegetables rotting in the fields
A new book offers a compelling look at the most infamous underwater predators—and the significance of their disappearance
Thousands of black farm laborers have suffered kidney failure, birth defects, and worse—and Florida isn't compensating them
Domingo hoped to save money to care for his parent. But instead of $200 a week, he received a taste of the indentured servitude helps fuel America's tomato industry.
The government isn't putting the fish on the endangered species list—even though most evidence suggests it should
Scientists are still years away from determining the full impact of the BP oil disaster. Are consumer fears justified?
As most chefs keep promoting overfished delicacies, Barton Seaver takes a different approach—and a satisfying one