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.
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.
Fortune magazine released a special report on the secular fall of Big Food. Packaged food companies lost $4 billion in market share last year, as more shoppers avoided the interior aisles of the grocery store in favor of fresh, whole foods along the perimeter.
The pace of gentrification in San Francisco's Mission district is accelerating. We talked to Paula Tejeda, owner of Chile Lindo, about what it means for her empanada business.
A recent study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) found that organic agriculture was 22 to 35 percent more profitable than conventional.
Three young Supervisors in San Francisco are trying to make history in the war on Big Soda. We went to City Hall to talk to Supervisor Scott Wiener about their fight.
Protesters in San Francisco joined tens of thousands of people across the world to March against Monsanto. They called for the biotech giant to stop selling GMOs and pesticides that harm bees and other pollinators.
Whatever Thanksgiving means to you personally, as food entrepreneurs, we run Thanksgiving. We power a supply chain that brings food from farms to grocery store shelves, where US Americans will collectively spend $2.4 billion on this Thursday’s feast.