It has been long enough since DuPont acquired Pioneer that many of the wounds that deal inflicted have healed. But that doesn’t mean they’ve been forgotten.
Harvest Public Media attempts answer your questions about the 2016 presidential election, beginning with the candidates’ views on GMOs.
A new report finds seafood consumption is up by nearly a pound from the previous year, the biggest leap in 20 years.
We may be addicted to sugar as a culture, but not in the way some of us are addicted to drugs like cocaine or heroin: The problem is a collective one.
18 people tested positive for strains of influenza never before seen in humans after attending agricultural fairs in Ohio and Michigan in August of this year.
Three California cities are voting on one-cent-per-ounce soda taxes, while Boulder, Colorado's two-cent-per-fluid-ounce tax would be the highest in the country.
An ambitious federal project, abandoned as WWII loomed, sought to document the country's food traditions amidst great change.
In one West Virginia county, two farmers are finding new ways to help their neighbors sell the food they grow and eat more healthfully.
A cluster of agriculture organizations has criticized Dannon’s plan to use fewer genetically modified ingredients, calling the move a “major step backward.”
Plans to expand the border crossing could bulldoze over a longstanding market where many food vendors have made their living for years, if not generations.
To understand the significance of corporate changes, you have to go back a century to look at how the industry got to where it is today.
George Washington University is among the latest to try to make sure its students, most of whom receive financial aid, have enough to eat.
Researchers at the Land Institute are still working on a new way of farming that mirrors natural, sustainable ecosystems and remains profitable for farmers.
PepsiCo this week announced new targets for reducing sugar, salt and fat drinks and snacks by 2025.
Hurricane Matthew floodwaters killed millions of chickens and pigs and potentially flooded lagoons that retain millions of pounds of hog waste.
The campaigns agree on food policy in some surprising ways. Most notable: both campaigns say that food-stamp benefits should remain a part of the Farm Bill.
In Canada, the province of Ontario is trying to crack down on pesticides called "neonics," with mixed results.
In the great household debate about refrigerating tomatoes, there's new scientific evidence on the no-fridge side, but some taste testers are not convinced.
Somewhere between 90 and 95 percent of wasabi sold in restaurants is fake. It’s just a mixture of horseradish, green food coloring and dry mustard.
Upstream farmers can’t just stop using fertilizer all together. Researchers are looking at plant-based strategies to help mitigate the dead zone.