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.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has agreed to pull the "Kids Eat Right" logo from Kraft Singles after members threatened to leave the group.
The newly formed Heinz Kraft Co. will be the third-largest American food company and the fifth-largest food company in the world.
Nearly 74,000 Amy's Kitchen organic products have been recalled in the U.S. and Canada for potential listeria contamination from spinach.
Coca-cola has seen its profits tumble in developed nations and instability in its developing markets. So what is a soda giant to do?
Kraft Singles, the individually wrapped yellow slice that forms the glue in so many grilled sandwiches, has been given the Kids Eat Right label.
McDonald's involvement in this year's SXSW SouthBites Interactive conference is turning heads.
An estimated 107 antibiotics are currently allowed for continuous use or without limit in livestock by the FDA.
Cereal sales are in decline and Kellogg's is feeling the slump.
For some of the nation, it's hard to believe spring can be around the corner. Get your mind in a warmer place with five spring-related posts.
Remember how everything was "low-fat" in the 1990s? Today's shift from low-fat, packaged foods to fresh, healthier food is worrying the packaged food industry.
Let them eat eggs, says the top U.S. nutrition advisory panel.
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have found lower levels of pesticides in those who consume organic foods.