Regional food hubs work like online farmer's markets. A study will determine the demand for more hubs in Indiana.
Grocery delivery service Green BEAN Delivery plans to move and expand headquarters in Indianapolis.
Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus has killed up to 7 million pigs and could boost the price of pork by 12 percent.
Free meals at Indianapolis schools will begin this fall and are part of the USDA’s Community Eligibility Provision of the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010.
Sherry Wise of the Wylie House describes how the act of seed saving preserves agricultural biodiversity and family traditions.
A new report from Feeding American says 16 percent of people in Indiana are food insecure.
The cost of limes is skyrocketing, making them harder to get at local bars and restaurants.
Oliver Winery should have enough inventory to meet demand this year, but it is still determining how much wine it will be able to make for future years.
Urban farming pioneer Will Allen says campus gardens, like the one at Indiana University, are popping up all over the country.
A new law in Indiana allows foragers to legally hunt for mushrooms off trails.
Indiana law puts hemp regulation under the state chemist's office pending federal approval.
A recent report ranks Indianapolis as the worst city in the country for food access options.
Tasting is believing at Mother Hubbard's Cupboard. Kayte Young shows patrons how easy and inexpensive it is to prepare healthy and delicious meals.
Keith Romaine wants to turn his neighbors into bread bakers. He has plans to build a community wood-fired oven in his backyard.
According to a USDA Census released last week, Indiana farms and farmland is decreasing.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a new Farm Bill , which cuts SNAP benefits and farm subsidies. But these reductions aren't bad things for Hoosiers.
Proposed Senate Bill 5 would allow Indiana microbreweries to sell their beer at local farmer's markets.
For the second session in a row, the General Assembly will discuss legislation that would make gathering media at Indiana farms illegal in certain situations.
Indiana's organic crop acreage increased 2 percent this year, but Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky surpassed that by much more.
The Let's Move! campaign has announced Sesame Street characters will promote produce to children. Will it work?