The Trump administration is pushing radical changes in the food stamp program as part of the farm bill. Reform efforts may be derailed by activists who vastly exaggerate hunger and portray food handouts as the epitome of social justice. But federal f
In late 2016, the Swedish company Oatly set up production in North America and began shopping its oat-derived "milk" to New York City's latte cognoscenti. By the next autumn, oat milk had conquered the city's "most esteemed coffee bars" a
You know all those reports about how lots of Americans can't afford a $1000 surprise expense like a medical bill or a car repair? Well, forget additional expenses. It turns out that nearly half of the families in America are struggling to pay for f
This Greenhouse Invention from Purdue Could Help Address the Global Food Crisis
In the study, the researchers looked at 20 people whose average age was 27. In a pair of testing visits, the participants were given either a placebo or a nitrate supplement sourced from beetroot juice. The researchers then measured their heart rate,
(Natural News) If you think you really know about organic products and organic certification, prepare to have your mind blown. In this eye-opening Food.news interview, I sit down with Reuven Flamer of Natural Food Certifiers, an organic certifier, to
Growing your own and purchasing only from trusted sources is looking better and better, as it becomes ever more clear that the food industry is more concerned about speed and profits than they are about the health of their consumers.
The FDA has been testing food samples for traces of glyphosate for two years, but the agency has not yet released any official results
The accelerating demise of Subway, the world's largest restaurant chain, will one day be just another case study of how to run a once-spectacular business empire into the ground, as Americans quickly abandon this iconic sandwich chain in droves, se
It's that time of the year again! EWG has announced it's annual "Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen" list of the foods that are the most contaminated with pesticides. Meanwhile, nutrition "experts" are telling consumers that the list isn't i
When it comes to landscaping there is a lot to consider. I have put a lot of thought into thinking about landscaping. While it may seem amazing, after building a house with my husband I have never got around to landscaping around my house. There has
(Natural News) Consumers have been voting with their wallets in recent years, shying away from toxin-laced conventional produce and shelling out for organic varieties instead. Some observers might have initially dismissed this as a trend that would e
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Is the carton of eggs in your refrigerator part of the biggest egg recall since 2010? Rose Acre Farms has voluntarily recalled 206,749,248 eggs after 22 people became ill with salmonella after consuming their products. The eggs were delivered to gro
More than half a million people dropped off the food stamp rolls in a single month, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
A new report claims college students are 'food insecure' and starving. But better research shows they're overweight and lazy.
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...that causes horrific crop damage to nearby farms