Farmers use nearly 900 million pounds of pesticides every year. Sometimes those chemicals drift to neighboring property, which can ruin crops on organic farms.
Researchers might have discovered the Holy Grail of meat replacement - seaweed that tastes like bacon and packs more vitamins than kale.
A bill that would usurp states' abilities to create mandatory GMO labeling within their borders has passed the House.
State agriculture departments are already preparing for a possible resurgence of avian flu this fall, while several states ban poultry competitions at fairs.
After over two years of rallying, New York fast-food workers will likely see a significant increase in their hourly wage.
Huge companies and start-ups alike are investing in technology designed to support and improve agriculture and, in the process, they’re creating new jobs.
Farmers fighting herbicide-resistant weeds will likely look to spray more chemicals. Researchers are trying to determine which herbicides could cause cancer.
A new study reveals “little evidence” for a correlation between obesity and a person’s local food environment.
Whole Foods' "Responsibly Grown" ratings have riled organic farmers who have watched their produce get lower ratings than conventionally grown foods.
The U.S. Justice Department warned that food companies could face criminal charges if they fail to protect consumers against foodborne illnesses.
Many farmers rely on a stable supply of migrant laborers to return year after year. That’s an incentive to provide safe housing.
Last month was the wettest June since 1895, causing many fields to flood.
Menus across the nation were supposed to post calorie counts by year's end, but the FDA has delayed the deadline.
With U.S. milk production booming and consumption dropping, dairy farmers in the US and Canada are burying surplus supplied because they can’t find buyers.
Big food and agriculture companies have spent millions of dollars on PR strategies to infiltrate social media and conceal the bias of “expert” sources.
Researchers have found that people who can vividly imagine smells are more likely to be obese than those who do not.
Hotels are made for solitary bees that don't swarm or have a hive. Researchers hope they will preserve bee habitat and allow for research on population decline.
Project manager David King says the program can help farmers, producers and consumers. He says the state needs Indiana people buying Indiana products.
The Indiana Pesticide Review Board is working to create pollinator protective measures in the Hoosier State.
Throughout the summer, two vans from the Community Kitchen of Monroe County drive to nine low-income neighborhoods to deliver free breakfast or lunch to kids.