The Center for Science in the Public Interest has sent a letter to Disney applauding the company's healthier policies -- but stating it can do more.
Hunger continues to be a major challenge as new data from the USDA shows food insecurity and food stamp participation are on the rise.
What upcoming changes may you see in how the government regulates the food industry?
Bill and Claire Wurtzel believe breakfast is not only the most important meal of the day, it's the most fun.
What's better than a warm, flavorful and nutritious pasta to fill you up and warm you up on a cool spring evening?
A proposed ordinance would make it illegal for food trucks to park within 1500 feet of a school in California -- but the issue is much wider than a few blocks.
High-end foods and raw diets are hip among doting pet owners, but are they really all they're cracked up to be?
In the last ten years, using health claims and nutrition ratings to sell food is more popular than tempting consumers with descriptions of indulgent flavors.
Walmart is rolling out the "Great for You" sticker on healthy food this spring. What is "great for you?"
The FDA began requiring food manufactures to label trans fats in 2003. Since then, the levels of trans fats have dropped not just in food but in humans as well.
To combat childhood obesity, San Fransisco banned toys included with high-fat children's meals. McDonald's decided to sell them for 10 cents each instead.
New varieties of colorful carrots have arrived in U.K. supermarkets -- will they wow children, foodies, or both?
"Processed foods have become the default for everything negative," co-presenter Lindsey Loving said at the ADA conference. Some think there is reason for that.
Nearly one in three households categorized as "food insecure" had to cut back or alter their eating habits for lack of food.
Farmers markets are good for you. A new report says they are good for the economy, too.
This comprehensive study shows that many factors affect the obesity crisis, notably restrictions individuals face in their access to exercise and healthy food.
$500 million will be taken from the WIC program, which provides at-risk mothers and babies with nutritional meals.
Some parents are angered by one Chicago school's attempt to promote healthful eating.
Parents may have to be sneaky when it comes to helping kids like veggies, but keep trying. You never know when your child may come around to liking vegetables.
As Let's Move! celebrates its first year, we look at its past progress and its goals for the future.