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.
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.
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.
Chef José Andrés is on a mission to make clean burning cookstoves available to the 3 billion people who rely on burning solid fuels to feed their families.
If you are passionate about fixing our food system, you have probably already heard of the cover story in this month’s The Atlantic magazine, “How Junk Food Can End Obesity.” Author David Freedman’s attack on the Michael Pollan-inspired “Wholesome Food” movement has already received many spirited responses.