The government has had a hand in marketing the least healthy foods for decades. This pro-GMO program isn’t much different from the USDA checkoff programs that promote meat and dairy to consumers.
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Palm oil is found in everything from vegan butter to shampoo, and it has devastating consequences for people and planet. Learn why palm oil is a problem, and find out which companies are making commitments to more sustainable palm oil production.
Here’s why buying local foods matters: it’s just plain better than visiting the local corporate grocer. Let’s look at the impact of local food dollars!
Meet some fellow animal advocates and learn how to talk about factory farming on December 9th and 10th!
Late last week, the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) voted overwhelmingly to ban carrageenan from certified organic foods. The new rule would take effect in November 2018.
If you’re thinking about donating to sustainable food groups for the holidays, FoodTank’s Good Food Org Guide can help you find local food organizations that align with your ethics.
Soda industry sponsorships seem to be everywhere, and that’s no accident. Coke and Pepsi spend big money to keep health groups from taking a hard line against their products.
Despite mountains of evidence linking dairy foods to poor health, the USDA is buying a mountain of cheese and giving it to poor people.
Farm Tank will feature interactive panels with more than three dozen of the most influential and inspiring leaders in the food system
NPR reported today that The Yulin Dog Meat Festival is going on as scheduled, despite international protest.
Watly is designed to solve three major infrastructure needs — access to clean water, electricity to run electronic devices and internet connectivity.
Urban food forests may not be new, but in New York, the Swale floating food forest takes advantage of the city’s waterways to get fresh food to even more neighborhoods.
Planting justice is empowering one Oakland neighborhood to produce its own, fresh food. And creating jobs while they’re at it.