A bill that would usurp states' abilities to create mandatory GMO labeling within their borders has passed the House.
After over two years of rallying, New York fast-food workers will likely see a significant increase in their hourly wage.
Whole Foods' "Responsibly Grown" ratings have riled organic farmers who have watched their produce get lower ratings than conventionally grown foods.
Menus across the nation were supposed to post calorie counts by year's end, but the FDA has delayed the deadline.
Researchers have found that people who can vividly imagine smells are more likely to be obese than those who do not.
Spices and fruit and vegetable juices will make up the rainbow of colors when the new Trix cereal hits shelves.
Nestlé announced it is transforming its California milk plant into a zero-water facility.
Trans fats will be phased out in three years—so what will take its place in cookies, frosting and donuts?
The FDA has given shelf-stable trans fats an expiration date. They must be phased out of the food system within three years.
In an effort to make the world's largest seed and pesticide company, Monsanto has offered to buy Syngenta. But the Swiss company isn't accepting -- yet.
KFC, still reeling from a 2014 food scandal in China, is fighting back to protect its reputation against social media rumors.
The industrial waste oil passed off as food-grade oil contained lascadoil—a combination of oleic acid, soy oil, and lasalocid sodium, used in animal drugs.
Target is a major player when it comes to food purchasing -- Americans spend $15 billion in food at its stores annually.
The White House's plan outlines how to save habitat and promote research. Some environmentalists wonder if it goes far enough to protect pollinators.
Dubbed the "No No List," Panera has decided to eliminate over 150 ingredients from its menu by 2016.
McDonald's annouced it will restructure its global business to create a "modern, progressive burger company," according to CEO Steve Easterbrook.
Tyson is the largest U.S. chicken supplier to announce it would cease use of antibiotics used in humans in its chicken.
Tuesday marked the worst day in the H5N2 avian flu outbreak which is killing millions of turkeys and chickens across the Midwest.
Minnesota, the country's largest turkey producer, has seen nine farms diagnosed with bird flu infections.
For the first time in state history, California has instated mandatory water regulations.