The campaigns agree on food policy in some surprising ways. Most notable: both campaigns say that food-stamp benefits should remain a part of the Farm Bill.
Coke stated in a SEC filing that the company will fight the IRS over a massive bill for taxes owed after an audit.
Crop insurance, which is heavily subsidized with public money, is meant to function as the main farm support program.
Denmark began enforcing a tax increase on foods with 2.3 percent of more saturated fat, like butter, much to the Danes' chagrin.
If the climate bill is passed, reports say that consumers will pay an extra $83 per year. That's 23 cents per day.
As obesity has been outed as a major cause of rising health care costs, Earth Eats' Cory Barker looks at a proposal to stop the expanding waistlines and costs.
Last year half the world's emissions came from just 700 million people. Economists suggest that the wealthiest individuals are most to blame.