Each piece of Wrigley's new "Alert Energy" gum contains a half-cup of coffee's worth of caffeine.
The new research lends empirical support to state-mandated fruit and veggie minimums.
Michelle Obama hits the road this week to promote the third birthday of Let's Move!, her initiative that aims to eliminate childhood obesity.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest has sent a letter to Disney applauding the company's healthier policies -- but stating it can do more.
Pediatricians have released a study warning against exposure to pesticides for children. One way to avoid them is to buy organic.
Nestle and General Mills have agreed to reduce sugar and sodium content in cereals sold outside the United States.
The new school year brings with it new standards for school lunches. School food preparers and students are adjusting.
The Walt Disney Company has decided to stop carrying junk food ads aimed at children, making it the first company of its kind to do so.
A proposed ordinance would make it illegal for food trucks to park within 1500 feet of a school in California -- but the issue is much wider than a few blocks.
How do you get a kid to eat more veggies? Don't tell them, show them.
A new study has looked at children's diets as a means of treating ADHD. Can avoiding junk food really affect hyperactivity?
Cookies for breakfast? Not quite, but many popular children's cereals contain as much sugar as Chips Ahoy!
Did First Lady Michelle Obama shift her focus from healthy food to exercise in her fight against childhood obesity?
Officials attempting to tighten marketing to children have decided to lay off of cartoon characters, but will it satisfy the food industry?
Stephanie Solomon of Mother Hubbard's Cupboard explains how she transformed grassy parkland into two fertile garden plots, one of which is in a hoop house.
Sunday's Sesame Street special introduced Lily, a seven-year-old pink Muppet who didn't always have enough to eat.
New varieties of colorful carrots have arrived in U.K. supermarkets -- will they wow children, foodies, or both?
What I especially love about this treatment is that the syrup is as sweet as candy and something children will actually enjoy taking.
A group of legal scholars responds to the food industry's claim of free speech infringement by stating no rules were actually enforced.
Even as more people rely on food stamps, one in three could be eligible for assistance.