The Indiana Grown program, which launched in July, markets agricultural products grown and processed in the state to retailers, restaurants and consumers.
Participants of the Growing Opportunities program cut the ribbon to the greenhouse where they've been growing lettuce for the last 14 weeks.
Hoosiers should start looking for the new Indiana Grown label at grocery stores, farmers markets and restaurants.
Local chefs share summer food safety tips to keep in mind during summer cook-outs.
Larger stores are offering more local products, and more specialized stores are popping up. That’s making it hard for smaller organizations to keep up.
A new research center at Purdue University hopes to decrease obesity rates in impoverished areas.
Residents on Indianapolis' east side must travel several miles to the nearest grocery store--a task that is difficult for many that do not own cars.
The Indiana State Department of Health will use the money to connect school corporations with local farmers and producers beginning next year.
Hunters can bring their deer meat to a processor to be donated to Indiana food banks.
Preparations began early Friday morning for the 31st annual event in Showers Common.