Scientists unearth yet another reason to boost your intake of whole foods.
From droughts to hurricanes, 2012 has been rocky one for farmers and foodies alike. Here's our annual roundup of the year's major food news stories.
New study finds a correlation between commonly-ingested chemicals and allergies.
Pediatricians have released a study warning against exposure to pesticides for children. One way to avoid them is to buy organic.
Americans overwhelmingly support the idea that government and communities should work to make fresh, local produce more widely available.
Do your attitudes about food say anything about other aspects of your ethical life? That was the question posed by a new study.
Is junk food really cheaper than healthy food? The USDA says it depends how you do the math.
Studies show all that processed meat isn't terribly good for you, or for the environment. Do you eat it anyway?
A new study looks into the brain activity behind ice cream cravings.
Raw milk proponents are gearing up for a fight as new evidence emerges that raw milk is more likely to make you sick than its pasteurized counterpart.
How do you get a kid to eat more veggies? Don't tell them, show them.
Americans consume more sodium than is healthy in part because of a reliance on processed foods. How young does the reliance start?
A new study has found that a nearby grocer doesn't mean better eating habits. Study finds customers are more likely to eat fast food.
Potatoes can't catch a break these days. A new study claims that consuming daily servings of potatoes is linked to weight gain.
A new study has found that it's expensive to be allergic to foods.
Italian researchers found that the physical pain and symptoms a person experiences might actually be related to psychological factors.
A new study has found that organic chickens have significantly fewer cases salmonella than their conventional counterparts.
Your daily can of pop may increase your risk for high blood pressure and psychological dependency, even if it's diet soda.
Will eating all that processed food end up lowering your toddler's IQ? A new study seems to think so.
This study finds that consumers are willing to pay more for food that has a greater probability of being safer.