Farmers sold nearly $5 billion dollars worth of local produce in 2008, and that number is expected to rise.
Cheese and chocolate might be art on their own in the eyes of the beholder, but these sculptors took that concept a step further.
Thirty states have laws allowing for the sale of home-produced foods -- California is not one of them.
The new 2012 farm bill is close to completion. However, the speed in which the bill was created means less input from the public -- unless farmers have a say.
Officials attempting to tighten marketing to children have decided to lay off of cartoon characters, but will it satisfy the food industry?
Traditional business models disconnect consumers from profits. Co-ops give communities an opportunity to participate in their own businesses.
Getting fresh produce into areas that need it the most is a challenge -- enter the corner store.
Food trucks offer a solution to those in food deserts and have no access to fresh produce.
Children make healthier choices when toys are involved, and parents are generally okay with that.
360 pounds of possibly undercooked chicken have been recalled from Wisconsin's Roundy's Supermarkets.
Those in need in rural areas need extra assistance getting food. Enter the refrigerated food truck.
It's a finite underground mineral deposit. Its availability influences food security. And the world is running out. Think it's oil? Actually, it's phosphorus.
Nearly one in three households categorized as "food insecure" had to cut back or alter their eating habits for lack of food.
Do you really know what's in dietary supplements? New legislation could tighten regulations on what is food and what is supplement.
A group of legal scholars responds to the food industry's claim of free speech infringement by stating no rules were actually enforced.
If your food is stale, you're less likely to eat it, right? Not if you're reaching for stale food out of habit.
Flooding, drought and extreme weather have taken their toll on the nation's crops, but the damage may not be as bad as we think.
When it borders on obsession, healthy eating can go too far.
You want to avoid pesticides but you're on a budget. The "Dirty Dozen" to the rescue!
Artisanal foods combine the locavore movement -- eating only locally-sourced food -- with a personal touch. Can the movement translate across communities?