Unhealthy foods are already being taken out of school lunches. Next up is the removal of unhealthy food marketing in schools.
Instead of ranking culinary prowess, the Good Enough to Eat index measures a country's supply of nourishing foods.
47 million Americans will see a reduction in their food stamp benefits starting November 1.
Vertical gardens are a cool way to claim unused space in the city. One nonprofit is using them to combat hunger in urban areas.
We follow 500 hens from the pastures of Schacht Farm to the warehouse of the Hoosier Hills Food Bank.
23 children have died and more sickened after consuming tainted school lunch in the Indian state of Bihar.
To avoid a looming hunger crisis, experts say it's critical to boost the viability of food we already have by improving access and distribution.
After months of political gridlock, new farm legislation may be in sight.
The USDA has announced new funding to encourage broader acceptance of SNAP benefits at farmers markets.
Hunger affects nearly one billion people worldwide. High food prices are a factor, but what drives food prices?
850,000 Americans receive SNAP benefits each month. This week, Newark mayor Cory Booker is putting himself in their shoes.
The baked-goods giant is quietly unveiling donation-based shops to draw attention to food insecurity. The trick is staying solvent.
Hunger continues to be a major challenge as new data from the USDA shows food insecurity and food stamp participation are on the rise.
The House Agriculture Committee began voting through proposed amendments today in the hope of getting the bill through the committee this week.
Following weeks of heated debate, the farm bill is expected to go up for a vote in the Senate this week.
Pick My Crop connects gardeners with excess produce with eaters in their area to save fresh food from a rotten fate.
New farmers are leaving the suburbs and rat race for a life on the land, and the government is taking notice.
One-third of the world's food goes to waste. However, one single country or practice isn't to blame.
Can you imagine the food inside a trash can on your plate? A Seattle graduate student is asking you to do just that.
Sunday's Sesame Street special introduced Lily, a seven-year-old pink Muppet who didn't always have enough to eat.