Walmart's announcement last week that it would sell organics at prices comparable to conventional foods has been met with skepticism.
Researchers for Wal-Mart found that 91 percent of their customers would buy organic foods for the right price.
Through his organization Growing Power, Will Allen establishes urban community farms and teaches local residents how to grow their own food.
Critics of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 argue the standards are forcing kids to take food they won't eat and thereby creating more waste.
A warming world will affect everything from crops to the oceans, a new UN study says.
We aren't so different after all, and that could be a bad thing when it comes to the global food supply.
Some parts of California haven't seen rain since July 1. This week, farmers were told they will not receive water from government reservoirs.
In the United States, more than 75 percent of food contains genetically modified ingredients. What's a GMO-free consumer to do?
Food stamp use at military groceries has risen for the sixth straight year.
In a major win for organized labor groups, Wal-Mart has agreed to pay 1 cent more per pound of tomatoes.
Chinese consumers skeptical over food safety have another reason to be concerned. Fox-tainted donkey meat was sold at the country's Wal-Marts.
Under new ownership, Sanlu is attempting to rebrand with organic grains. The question is will Chinese consumers buy in?
A new study has found organic milk is higher in omega-3 fatty acids than conventional milk, but not everyone considers it a health breakthrough.
If approved by regulators, the merger is expected to bank Sysco $65 billion next year, up from $44 billion currently.
Doubling dairy prices loom as Congress makes its way back into session to focus on a myriad of issues, including the farm bill.
Food aid efforts are slow as typhoon Haiyan survivors are growing more desperate in the Philippines.
The Let's Move! campaign has announced Sesame Street characters will promote produce to children. Will it work?
Concerned with food waste? Ordered too much takeout? A new app will help with that.
Three have fallen ill with E. coli infection in Kentucky and Indiana, but the infection may not have come from food.
There is currently no national standard for date-stamps on food. As a result, a new study says consumers are throwing away lots of perfectly edible food.