IN THE NEWS
The American Beverage Association (ABA) sued the city of San Francisco, declaring that legislation requiring warning labels on drinks with added sugars is unconstitutional.
“Our main story tonight concerns food, or as plants and animals call it, the afterlife.” Comedian John Oliver shines a hilarious light on our culture of food waste.
The Safe and Affordable Food Labeling Act passed the House of Representatives yesterday, taking away the right for states to label genetically engineered foods.
As local food sales soared to $11 billion last year, local jobs were created, more local food was purchased by SNAP recipients and schools, and agricultural communities saw economic growth.
On Wednesday, a panel appointed by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recommended that the minimum wage be raised to $15 an hour for fast-food workers across the state.
When it comes to water, California politicians and residents are having a little trouble adjusting to the new normal.
This New York City-based food startup offers cooking lessons, cultural immersion, and an opportunity for instructors and students to find common ground through food.
Sarah Collins is combating hunger and empowering a generation of women around the world with a simple slow cooker. The device is filled with repurposed foam chips and covered in fabric designed by local fashion and textile designers.
More than 700 doctors, nutritionists and public health professionals are calling on the Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services to adopt new recommendations put forth by this year's Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.
Walmart announced that it will raise starting pay for 100,000 department managers in stores in the United States. However even with the new raises, managers of some departments will still start at $10.90 an hour.
California chicken giant Foster Farms became the fourth major chicken producer in the past twelve months to announce that it will curb the use of antibiotics crucial to human medicine.
Almond farmers have become drought scapegoats after reports that it takes one gallon of water to produce one almond. We talked to California's largest orchard removal service, about what it means for their business.