A native Kansan returns home to find that the broken promises of commodity agriculture have destroyed a way of life.
Sometime soon, American eaters may be able to purchase tuna labeled with a QR code that can be scanned to reveal when and where the fish was caught, and by whom. This new blockchain project aims to prove that a completely transparent, traceable seafood supply chain is possible, and can curb misdeeds on the high seas.
The economics of food retail are punishing. But the company's hunger for data might make groceries worth the cost.
Morel foragers find profit in disaster. That's an uncomfortable reality, so a new initiative aims to support the injured and fallen firefighters who suppress the very blazes that morels rely on to exist.
The outbreak that originated with Yuma, Arizona-grown romaine lettuce has taught us one thing so far: that it's much easier to spot a pattern when everyone’s eating the same thing.
One-third of Amazon employees in Arizona need food stamps to feed themselves.
We recently obtained data on SNAP employers from six states and found that thousands of people who work in fast-food and retail jobs don’t make enough money to buy groceries.
FDA inspectors found alarming food safety issues. But a lack of communication between government agencies meant no action was taken until it was too late.
A leaked poll conducted by the industry lobby found that diners don’t mind higher prices if they raise worker wages.