Millions of eggs have been recalled in European countries afraid they've been contaminated with insecticide. Who is to blame, though?
Biotech company AquaBounty has sold its first shipments of a controversial genetically modified salmon in Canada after 25 years in regulatory limbo.
Researchers in Finland are using electricity to generate food from microbes and other components, a process meant to help fight world hunger.
Traditional greens are an integral part of Asian-American cultural identity. A California nonprofit is helping small farmers meet high demand in Asian enclaves.
Farm income is down for the fourth-straight year. Prices for the most important crops are down. Some are comparing it to the 1980s Farm Crisis.
From tomato growers in Florida to cattle ranchers in Montana, some farmers bruised by NAFTA think it has favored agribusiness over small-scale farms.
One of the major threats to U.S. bees is the varroa mite. Researchers are importing sperm from European bees resistant to mites to toughen up America's stock.
New Jersey lawmakers want to tackle climate change and hunger by reducing the amount of food that ends up in landfills.
A record-setting "dead zone," where water doesn't have enough oxygen for fish to survive, has appeared this summer. One major cause is pollution from farms.
The poultry industry may be on the verge of adopting ambitious new animal-welfare standards, giving chickens more space and daylight.
Iowa farmers hope providing meat to customers who care more about farming methods than price will improve cropland while also helping them earn a profit.
Still annoyed by loss of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, many trade groups who represent commodity farmers have cautioned the administration to tread lightly.
The herbicide is suspected of drifting in the wind to neighboring farms and causing widespread damage.
Takeout packaging and throwaway plastic utensils are piling up across the globe as conservation groups fight a mounting tide of plastics pollution.
Whole Foods has been forced to stop selling goat cheese made from milk that came from a prison farm, where inmates work for less than a dollar an hour.
More than five and a half years after six men were killed when a grain elevator blew up on the banks of the Missouri River, no clear cause has been pinpointed.
Researchers at the University of Illinois trained a neural network to substitute a recipe's ingredients based on what’s available in your part of the world.
Oaxaca is the heart of mezcal country, where the pungent booze is made from the same plant as tequila by traditional distillers.
Regenerative agriculture practitioners say their own label would compete with the "organic" label and raise the standards of food production.
Open Bite Night began as cookouts in Indianapolis' MLK neighborhood. Now, locals use the block parties as launching pads for their business ideas.