Heads of agriculture committees in both chambers of Congress got their request for more time to gather comments about “certified organic” labels.
Nicolette Hahn-Niman wants ranchers to change their practices to meet consumer demand. Radishes and kale on the plate. And, the GMO debate in Colorado.
Congress repealed mandatory labeling on beef and pork late last year, after the U.S. lost a World Trade Organization dispute with Mexico and Canada.
Amy Bentley looks at how feeding infants has changed since the invention of baby food in the 1920s. Tofu instead of oil in rouille. And, insects for dinner?
A couple failed homebrewers pick up mead making. We enjoy some green pancakes, thanks to hemp powder. Farmers grow more corn to feed more livestock.
“We have all these people from other places in the world and we have one thing in common: soccer," says Nick Ng, soccer coach at Fort Morgan High School.
Walmart has urged meat and egg suppliers to reduce use of antibiotics and improve treatment of animals.
Two stories about meat in America. We start seeds in the hoop house at Bread & Roses Gardens. And, taste-bud expanding marshmallows with 240sweet.
Meat industry groups have dropped a lawsuit against the USDA's rules requiring labels that identify country of origin for meat products.
These chicken wings get the sweet from maple syrup and the heat from cayenne pepper and chili flakes.
Eat less meat for the environment? A draft recommendation for the USDA says so.
Country of Origin Labeling rules require meat labels to list where animals were born, raised and slaughtered.
Industry groups want congress to dial back rules requiring labels that trace the origin of meat -- a measure advocates say is better for consumers.
The co-owner and two workers at the Rancho Feeding Corp., the center of a massive recall that began in February, have been charged with 11 felony counts.
Chefs are figuring out how to stealthily add mushrooms to ground beef to cut fat and calories without sacrificing flavor.
A news report shows McDonald's and Yum! Brands' meat supplier processing expired meat and food that fell on the factory floor.
Drought and disease have driven up the prices of beef, pork and chicken, scoring big profits for meat processing companies.
Some parts of California haven't seen rain since July 1. This week, farmers were told they will not receive water from government reservoirs.
Nearly 9 million pounds of beef have been recalled after the USDA discovered diseased animals were processed without proper oversight.
Chinese consumers skeptical over food safety have another reason to be concerned. Fox-tainted donkey meat was sold at the country's Wal-Marts.