Nutrition science has changed over the past 20 years, but nutrition labels on food haven't — until now.
A new study has found organic milk is higher in omega-3 fatty acids than conventional milk, but not everyone considers it a health breakthrough.
47 million Americans will see a reduction in their food stamp benefits starting November 1.
Are your first eggs looking a little small? Be ye not dismayed.
The House narrowly passed a bill Thursday that, if turned into law, would cut $39 billion from SNAP benefits over ten years.
Revisions to federal school lunch guidelines are helping schools bring more local food into their cafeterias.
New research has shown that even a small amount of soda each day could turn kindergarteners into terrors.
Two New York hospitals have become the latest testing ground for a project to curb diet-related diseases with fresh produce.
New research from the UC Berkeley shows how sleep deprivation causes junk food cravings.
The farm bill moved to conference Thursday evening with hopes that nutritional assistance would make its way into the final product.
After months of political gridlock, new farm legislation may be in sight.
No one factor is to blame for mass bee deaths, but industrial diets may be making bees more susceptible to harmful pesticide exposure.
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.