Examining the debate between processed foods and sustainable alternatives through the lens of public opinion.
Michael Pollan calls for you 'food rules'
Far reaching effects of nitrogen fertilizer runoff
The Huntington Library's 15-acre project, featuring vegetable gardens and orchards, is part of a larger endeavor focused on the best way to grow food in a city setting.
Demand for olive oil spurs spike in California production.
A tracing of agricultural history in search of our food's origins.
Supporting local businesses in favor of non-local alternatives benefits communities, Michigan study shows.
This California almond season will not only be another record crop, but the eighth billion-pound crop in the last nine seasons.
Is NYC's trendy foodie scene alienating consumers?
Oakland's City Slicker Farms receives a $4 million dollar grant to purchase land for agricultural use.