Kraft Singles, the individually wrapped yellow slice that forms the glue in so many grilled sandwiches, has been given the Kids Eat Right label.
As the pork industry becomes more concentrated, small and mid-sized producers are forced to either get bigger, get out, or get into a niche market.
The strain of avian flu is thought to spread mostly through contact with infected wild birds.
For U.S. soybean producers, the deal could mean no longer paying tariffs as high as 20 percent in countries like Japan.
McDonald's involvement in this year's SXSW SouthBites Interactive conference is turning heads.
Some have complained that the government pays farmers not to farm. It’s actually a complicated program sought by sustainable agriculture advocates.
A new study indicates that some people show signs of addiction when consuming processed foods with high fat and refined carbs.
The country's largest consumer of chicken says it plans to phase out “antibiotics that are important to human medicine” used in its poultry products.
An estimated 107 antibiotics are currently allowed for continuous use or without limit in livestock by the FDA.
Cereal sales are in decline and Kellogg's is feeling the slump.
These country of origin labels, as they are known, are part of an ongoing international trade dispute that has swept up Midwest ranchers.
Former food and agriculture lobbyists have taken staff posts in the Senate Agriculture Committee as Congress prepares to move on a new legislative agenda.
Missouri is the second state to add the right to farm to its constitution, behind North Dakota.
For some of the nation, it's hard to believe spring can be around the corner. Get your mind in a warmer place with five spring-related posts.
Veterans returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan are more likely to be unemployed than both civilians and veterans of other wars.
Remember how everything was "low-fat" in the 1990s? Today's shift from low-fat, packaged foods to fresh, healthier food is worrying the packaged food industry.
Crop insurance, which is heavily subsidized with public money, is meant to function as the main farm support program.
While some farmers see drones as a way to help their bottom line, others see them as a potential invasion of privacy.
Meat industry groups have dropped a lawsuit against the USDA's rules requiring labels that identify country of origin for meat products.
Let them eat eggs, says the top U.S. nutrition advisory panel.