Lindsey Price, a fourth-generation rancher, recently sold the largest conservation easement in Nebraska history, covering about 40 square miles.
In response to a Mississippi teenager's demands, the beverage company has announced it will no longer use a controversial chemical in its sports drinks.
In hopes encouraging healthier eating habits among the nation's youth, the USDA has proposed a new set of guidelines for food sold in schools.
As early as April, Greek yogurt could be offered in your child's cafeteria.
Genetically engineered salmon could be approved for human consumption in 2013.
Shoppers looking for organic food may have to look a bit harder, and it will be more difficult for many farms to continue to be certified organic producers.
The residents of Nitro, West Virginia, will receive $84 million for medical monitoring, $9 million for the cleanup of 4,500 homes, and legal fees.
Twinkies flew off the shelves after Hostess announced bankruptcy in November. However, the iconic snack cake is about to return to a store near you.
Aldi announced it would test organics in its stores, expanding across the South and Midwest.
The CDC doesn't want you to stop eating vegetables. Just be sure to wash both the produce and your hands first.
There’s no doubt Wal-Mart’s move into local foods has shaken up the food supply chain, but small family farms aren’t necessarily seeing the benefits.
Dairy Farmers of America has agreed to pay a $158 million settlement to avoid going to trial, but farmers and critics aren't satisfied.
Sniffling and sneezing? Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams' Influenza Sorbet could help.
The global area farmed organically has expanded by 300 percent since 1999, but the United States lags behind the curve.
Energy drink-related hospital visits have doubled between 2007 and 2011, but the caffeine isn't entirely to blame for the injuries.
The final fiscal cliff deal ditched new legislation and merely extended parts of the bill that expired in October, leaving farmers exasperated.
The pair of proposed guidelines stresses the importance of preventing food-borne illness in the first place.
Scientists unearth yet another reason to boost your intake of whole foods.
A new study suggests that alongside diet, exercise and environment, genetics may be a significant factor in whether or not we become obese.
Super stores -- could they be fast food's next frontier?