Growing a market for cultivated pawpaws, with author Andrew Moore. What is "organic" marijuana? And, a Caribbean recipe for cornmeal and okra.
There’s no such thing as a government-sanctioned certification for organic marijuana in large part, because growing or using marijuana is still a federal crime.
What do you think of when you hear the terms "farmers market" and "organic?" Home brewing with some passionate amateurs. And, Daniel Orr's watermelon puree.
Throughout the Midwest, a new farm-to-table strategy is giving a boost to some farmers. We visit pizza night at Stoney Acres in Athens, Wisconsin.
Tomatoes on Jeff Mease's farm make it onto plates at his restaurant Lennie's. Succotash with corn, peas. Living Roots doesn't want USDA organic certification.
Whole Foods' "Responsibly Grown" ratings have riled organic farmers who have watched their produce get lower ratings than conventionally grown foods.
White Violet Center hopes organic certification will differentiate them from other growers. Strawberry bread pudding with Jackie Howard. Pesticides and pot.
Green BEAN Delivery dropped off one ton of fresh produce to the Hoosier Hills Food Bank.
Nearly 74,000 Amy's Kitchen organic products have been recalled in the U.S. and Canada for potential listeria contamination from spinach.
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have found lower levels of pesticides in those who consume organic foods.
Today is our 300th episode! We commemorate the milestone with an interview with Wendell Berry. And, what organic farmed fish could mean for other organics.
Living Roots grows food organically, but since they are not USDA certified, Michael Hicks has to come up with other ways to describe their growing practices.
As farmer Mike Record describes, organic farming isn’t just about growing healthy soil. It's about paperwork and red tape.
As sales slump for the organic retailer, Whole Foods seeks to expand its audience with a nationwide commercial campaign.
Here's a snapshot of the seasonal food scene in Portland as experienced through the city's farmers markets.
Without labeling, how difficult is it to identify products containing GMOs?
What "organic" means to the USDA and what it means to consumers may be two different things.
Walmart's announcement last week that it would sell organics at prices comparable to conventional foods has been met with skepticism.
Researchers for Wal-Mart found that 91 percent of their customers would buy organic foods for the right price.
Organic farmers are raising opposition to FDA food safety rules that will put the squeeze on small-production farms.