Rural America at a Glance 2016 underlines the economic distress many rural residents, and voters, have felt since the Great Recession.
San Francisco-based Hampton Creek makes several types of plant-based mayo products.
Low prices at grocery stores have created the largest gap between restaurant and grocery prices in the last decade.
A consortium of consumer, health and environment groups has ranked 25 fast food chains for transparency and their use of meat raised with antibiotics.
Despite food recalls and disease outbreaks frequently making headlines, data is showing that cases of foodborne illness are slowly declining.
The government says the number of hungry U.S. kids has dropped to the lowest level since before the Great Recession.
The federal agency says beef and poultry products may now be labeled as "non-GMO."
The federal agency is buying 11 million pounds of cheese to combat a weak market and stock food banks across the country.
Casein is a milk protein that is 500 times as effective as plastic at preventing food spoilage.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack is the only remaining member of President Obama’s original cabinet, and has been at the helm of USDA since 2009.
General Mills has recalled an additional 15 million pounds of flour after investigators found a second strain of E. coli in samples.
Some say Senate Bill 764 is a step in the right direction for GMO-label advocates, but others say the bill isn’t enough.
With commuting, and other lifestyle changes, a growing number of low-income children now live outside the neighborhoods that qualify for federal assistance.
Already existing grain surpluses combined with a nearly 30 percent increase this year means farmers are losing money and places to store grain.
Heads of agriculture committees in both chambers of Congress got their request for more time to gather comments about “certified organic” labels.
According to the National Agriculture Statistics Service survey, varroa mites were the top colony stressor for beekeeping operations with five or more colonies.
Good for your taste buds, bad for the economy: U.S. has its largest cheese surplus in over 30 years.
CRISPR technology deletes segments of an organism’s own genome to engineer the expression of a particular trait.
A genetically modified mushroom could soon hit grocery store shelves, without governmental regulation or oversight.
There are now nearly 22,000 certified organic operations in the U.S. Last year, Indiana added 81 organic farms, with another 11 added so far in 2016.