Thanks to mobile slaughterhouses, Vermont farmers may find it easier to get their safe, healthy, and humanely raised meat to the tables of their customers.
A new study has found that organic chickens have significantly fewer cases salmonella than their conventional counterparts.
New, stricter standards placed on the chicken and turkey industries are predicted to prevent 25,000 cases of foodborne illness a year.
The National Pork Board's new slogan hopes you will "Be Inspired" by pork.
Save your chicken and beef bones and make yourself some broth. Not only is homemade stock rich with minerals, it will make any dish that much more tasty.
Everyone’s got one – a chili recipe. The first recipe is my mama’s original recipe, and the second one is my modern adaption.
The Food & Water Watch came out with a map of factory farms across the country this week. This is not something you learn at the grocery store.
Yet another egg recall hit the news this week, this one from Ohio. In Israel, activists are ramping up efforts to expose inhumane conditions in large egg farms.
KFC released their new Double Down "sandwich" to stores across the country today. Earth Eats took the sandwich for a taste test so you wouldn't have to.
Earth Eats' Annie Corrigan talks with Jim Fiedler, the man behind Fiedler Farms, about grass-fed beef and his return to Indiana after 20 years in New York City.
We're celebrating the new year by taking a look back at some of our favorite recipes and interviews of 2009. This week: water buffalo, and oyster stew.
Do you know what's in your kid's school lunch? You might be surprised, but recent reports show that they might be better off eating fast food.
With the Internet buzzing about Food, Inc., Cory Barker wonders what (if anything) will come of its release.
Rebecca and Jim Fiedler are big city transplants keeping busy by holistically, humanely and sustainably raising beef, lamb, and chickens in Rome, Indiana
For many folks, offal just sounds awful. But in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, Australia and the Middle East, offal is not only accepted - it's prized.