Unhealthy foods are already being taken out of school lunches. Next up is the removal of unhealthy food marketing in schools.
New research indicates that soil is eroding from farms much faster than previously thought.
According to a USDA Census released last week, Indiana farms and farmland is decreasing.
Nearly 9 million pounds of beef have been recalled after the USDA discovered diseased animals were processed without proper oversight.
A virus that kills piglets is ripping through farms around the country. Midwest pork producers are doing everything they can to fight it off.
Retail prices for choice cuts of beef are up 8 percent over the past year, but a rise in the nation's cattle numbers could mean relief for consumers.
47 million Americans will see a reduction in their food stamp benefits starting November 1.
While 45% of the FDA's employees have been temporarily laid off, 87% of the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service personnel have been retained.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office said the U.S. Department of Agriculture used bad data to justify new poultry inspection rules.
Revisions to federal school lunch guidelines are helping schools bring more local food into their cafeterias.
Corn yields are expected to be 64 percent higher than they were last year.
The meat was recalled after testing positive for E. coli.
The USDA has mandated that Country of Origin Labeling rules will go into effect. Eight meat industry groups are suing to fight the new requirements.
A whistleblower group says USDA officials are retaliating against meat inspectors who report inhumane treatment of animals at slaughterhouses.
Students researching antibiotic-resistant bacteria in organically-raised pigs discovered that all the pigs had some level of resistance in their systems.
National Beef has voluntarily recalled 22,737 pounds of ground beef after a sample tested positive for E.coli O157:H7.
Monsanto and Dow Chemical have been developing new genetically-modified seeds, but the USDA has hit the brakes on their release to market.
The USDA has announced new funding to encourage broader acceptance of SNAP benefits at farmers markets.
According to recent research, simply calling a food "organic" causes it to be perceived very differently.
The new research lends empirical support to state-mandated fruit and veggie minimums.