Beginning next year, you won’t see Styrofoam trays of veggies in grocery stores, thanks to an expanded San Francisco Styrofoam ban.
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Can the new Perdue animal welfare standards really change an industry that exploits both humans and animals?
A new Hawaii tax credit to help organic farmers offset their costs just passed! A win for the state’s organic farmers!
What if you could compost or even eat the packaging that your food came in? One brewery is making this a reality with its new edible six pack rings.
On the heels of a massive frozen fruit and vegetable recall, another large company is issuing a frozen vegetable recall. This time, National Frozen Foods is recalling dozens of products from six brands.
A new Department of Health report documents alarming cases where the FDA waited months to issue food recalls that could have protected consumers from sickness and death.
New research calls government recommended cooking temperatures for meat into question.
Should celebrities be more careful about their endorsements? A new study found that celebrity endorsements of food products encourage less healthy food choices.
Comedian Ahmed Bharoocha’s bit about the dairy industry is less than 60 seconds long, and he manages to really nail the ethical issues with our taste for milk.
NPR reported today that The Yulin Dog Meat Festival is going on as scheduled, despite international protest.
Here’s a look at the new Nutrition Facts Label that the FDA approved last week. Manufacturers have two years to comply with the new labeling rules.
Watly is designed to solve three major infrastructure needs — access to clean water, electricity to run electronic devices and internet connectivity.
The Food Date Labeling Act, a bill aimed to reduce food waste by standardizing expiration date labels, went to the House yesterday.