The tax, implemented on Jan. 1, is aimed at curbing soda consumption while generating revenue for city infrastructure and education projects.
Feed The Truth enlists food activists, scholars and scientists to fight misguiding labels, and biased or industry-funded science.
Dairy industry groups want to allow states to sponsor their own visas for foreign workers.
The Pacific island nation of Vanuatu is planning a partial ban on imported high-energy junk foods that spur obesity.
The safety of chlorpyrifos has been in question for almost three decades. The next step is an outright ban by the EPA, though it's unclear if that will happen.
Dan Williamson revisits his days as a professional chef with Stuffed Mushrooms With Tomato Coulis and Zucchini Hash.
A chicken ranch in southern California is facing animal cruelty charges that could test a new law banning extreme confinement.
President Donald Trump’s suspension of refugee arrivals could cut into a key labor source for meatpacking firms that depend on foreign-born workers.
A coalition of food, farm and labor organizations wants the US Senate to block President Trump’s fast-food CEO choice for Secretary of Labor.
California will be the first state to label the controversial chemical glyphosate, declared safe by the EPA, and "probably carcinogenic to humans" by the IARC.
Requiring Mexican growers to pay more for exporting their goods to the U.S. will only lead to higher prices for American consumers.
Lawmakers are proposing sanctions against Venezuela after an investigation found officials profited from food relief amid widespread starvation.
Eighteen humanoid robots monitor 3 million Charoen Pokphand Group chickens for signs of food-borne illnesses and bird flu.
The world’s first non-browning genetically modified apple, called the Arctic Apple, is set to debut in select Midwestern grocery stores as early as Feb. 1.
Two types of tofu provide the body for this dip, while the tahini provides the flavor.
Kelp and other seaweeds are poised to become the nation's next trendy superfood, and more farms could bring big benefits to coastal environments.
GOP leaders have announced their intentions to roll back the Endangered Species Act, saying, "it has never been used for the rehabilitation of species."
Check-off programs pool money from organic food producers and handlers, and distribute the funds for organic food promotion, education, and research.
The USDA plans to launch a pilot program to allow people to buy groceries online with food stamps.
The number of rusty patched bumblebee colonies in the U.S. have fallen almost 87 percent in the past two decades.