Superweeds are part of the reason Dicamba is causing more problems now.
Kubeh soup features braised beef stuffed into dumplings. Brought to Israel by immigrants, this dish has become one of the nation's culinary treasures.
One rural Kansas community gets creative after the closing of its only grocery store.
Fresh herbs are some of the most perishable items in the produce section. And yet, shoppers are forced to buy amounts that are bound to go wasted at home.
Since the seventh century, salt has been raked in and collected from shallow pools in marshes on the French coast. The local food movement is reviving it.
Most American Indians are lactose intolerant, which means they need to find nutrients outside of dairy. Traditional cooking methods can be key to good health.
Fish sticks with less fish. Lunchmeat with less meat. Central Europeans say packaged foods sold there have lower quality standards than same brands in the West.
Lobstering has traditionally been considered a man's job. But Maine's lobster fleet has a growing number of women who are running their own boats.
New research suggests there is space on the open ocean to farm all the seafood humans can eat. But such volumes of fish could not be grown without costs.
Amazon delivers Whole Foods to your doorstep, as merger progresses.
The diamondback moth costs farmers billions of dollars every year. But will these lab-bred insects inherit the same stigma as genetically modified crops?
International research labs are using seaweed to make biofuel. Now scientists in California are developing a prototype to enable vast open-ocean farming.
Surveys showed that a majority of UK farmers voted to drop European Union membership in 2016, but with changes looming, many are now having second thoughts.
Stories about the harms of sugar have consumers wondering if they should put the apple back on the shelf.
Researchers matched birth records for a half-million babies born 1997-2011 to pesticide rates for one-square-mile region including the mother’s address.
A new study found that staple crops like corn and wheat will likely see negative impacts from rising global temperatures.
Political observers see Sam Clovis' nomination to undersecretary as payback for his loyalty to Trump, but here’s the rub: he’s not a scientist.
Earlier this month, thousands of Atlantic salmon escaped a net pen in Washington state, raising questions about farming non-native species.
Scientists think human pressures on oceans could cause more jellyfish blooms. What to do? Eat them.
Demand for seafood is rising but wild stocks aren't. A hatchery owner is hoping his model of responsible agriculture can keep fish on the menu and in the water.