The "off-bottom" production method, in which oysters are grown in hanging baskets tumbled by waves, is starting to flourish on the Gulf coast.
Rural towns like Brookfield, Missouri are trying to sell businesses on their assets, including a ready workforce, central location and affordable land.
A new report from the National Academy of Sciences knocked down some pro-GMO claims, and urged federal agencies to change the way these foods are regulated.
Federal agencies are changing some of the rules for how antibiotics are used on farms, which is raising questions about when antibiotics are really necessary.
Some farmers make business calls behind the wheel or listen to sports radio. One man in Illinois has gotten attention for writing poetry while harvesting.
For many workers in the food service industry, getting paid depends on showing up, even when you're sick.
After over two years of rallying, New York fast-food workers will likely see a significant increase in their hourly wage.
A major food fight has ended between giant Unilever and start-up Hampton Creek over the definition of "mayonnaise."
But another California city, San Francisco, saw its proposed law to tax sugary beverages go down in defeat.
Agritourism is becoming bigger business all over the Midwest, with more than 2,000 farms boasting some kind of agritourism.
Walmart's announcement last week that it would sell organics at prices comparable to conventional foods has been met with skepticism.
As soda sales drop for a ninth straight year, diet soda sees a particularly large plummet amid health concerns.
The USDA's Microbiological Data Program will be cut if Congress passes the proposed budget bill. How will this affect food safety for Americans?
The American Meat Institute is opposed to a new bill that would require the USDA to test for six additional strains of E. coli.
The decision to buy bottled water or take your chances with tap water may be more loaded with consequences than you previously thought.