What does it say about our ability to be informed consumers that we interpret nutrition labels based on their color?
Despite how it's marketed, most seafood doesn't taste like chicken. What's needed is some imagination.
The Harvest, U Roberto Romano's poignant film, forces us to think about where our food is coming from. Today, nearly 500,000 children as young as six harvest 25 percent of our crops.
Seeing beyond the often absurd label claims and misleading nutritional information found on packaged foods and bottled beverages.
Because of football playoffs, the price of chicken wings is climbing. Or, why we should learn to eat foods when they're easiest to produce.
One reason we need to cut back on leftovers: The shelters I tried to donate to were suspicious of my food, and they didn't want anything I had
On National Food Day, we should call attention to seafood and work to educate both chefs and consumers about where the 17 pounds of fish they eat every year is actually coming from
We've been singing to the choir for a long time. What we need to do, though, is learn to reach those all the way back in the peanut gallery.
To make sustainability a reality, small producers might have to forge new coalitions—even with industrial giants
Why genetically modified fish and other seafood innovations don't address the root of the world's fisheries crisis
Fish aren't just fillets that swim—and for seafood to be truly sustainable, consumers will need to learn to eat every part
Tilapia might be the fish that people most love to hate. But hormones and industrial feed are only part of the story—and if you're careful, there can be a lot to love.
Landfills contain 10 times more food than plastic. It's time to think about what we eat (and waste) in a new way.
A packet of oats shows how companies hype flavor, mislead us about sustainability, and try to look better than they are
In honor of International Women's Day, some words of wisdom from four D.C.-area cooks
As political deadlock in Cote d'Ivoire sends cacao prices soaring, an expert makes her case for new, fairer trade rules
A sustainable dining expert, deluged by eager job applicants, explains how to find the ideal food-world opportunity
For ethical poultry, a few expensive birds in the back yard isn't the answer. Medium-sized farms offer a more efficient—but still humane—model for sustainability.
Allow our sustainability expert to inspire you. These resolutions, unlike most, will encourage you to eat better (not less).
The simple, elegant work of a master chef making soba noodles drives home the value of culinary technique and thoughtfulness