Everyone seems to agree that getting healthier food to low-income families is important, but a new survey shows that they don't really need it.
The assumption has always been that the drive-through is a place where people go to feed their families on a budget, but that's not the case
Being right all the time feels good. But by itself, it isn't an effective way to fix our broken food system, which is in need of immediate reform.
A Times op-ed says access to real food is the solution. But what about the people who have access and still eat junk?
Good, environmentally friendly food does cost more—but which prices are tolerable, and which are inexcusable?
Today, the House is voting on a horrible idea: cuts to the inspection and food assistance programs we so desperately need
The National Pork Board's new slogan exemplifies the food industry's desire to convey virtue—no matter how dubious
Now that the TV cameras have left West Virginia, U.S. Foodservice has hopped off the obesity-battle bandwagon
No one wants to be told what to eat. Imperceptible reworkings of unhealthy products can be better than dramatic overhauls.
Will higher lunch prices mandated by school food reform make students flee the cafeteria? Nope—the scenario is a myth.
Yesterday's reform could increase per-lunch reimbursements more than most people think—and help banish the junk, too