Post-Brexit trade deals with America look like a race to the bottom for the farming industry, animal welfare and public health.
"The EPA’s own analysis estimated that 1- to 2-year-old children are currently being exposed to levels of chlorpyrifos in their food that are 140 times higher than what the agency deems safe."
The German environment minister says it’s better for the environment, but other politicians are calling the decision an infringement of the right to freedom of choice.
We spoke to chef Michel Nischan of Wholesome Wave to find out whether we're looking at four long years of disastrous food policy.
Despite introducing measures to cut waste, British supermarket chain Tesco threw away 4 percent more food in 2015 than the year previous.
The first federal guidelines to protect the US food supply from a wide-scale act of bioterrorism have just been issued by the Food and Drug Administration
A team of researchers from Drexel supplied two East Los Angeles corner stores with improved shelving, training, and social media marketing, as well as more fruits and vegetables. Sadly, they did not get the results they hoped for.
Every year, Britain sends 13 million tonnes of food to landfill—something new initiatives like “zero waste” London restaurant Tiny Leaf and Olio, an app that lets you swap unwanted food with people nearby, hope to combat.
For the first time, a landmark law passed by Minnesota in 2014 will actually compensate two beekeepers for damage caused by neonicotinoids, one of the most widely used class of insecticides in the world.
The UK seems to finally be getting serious about cracking down on sweets and junk food. The Local Government Association said that it would like to see a ban on the advertising of junk food near schools.
The DARK Act would prevent mandatory labeling of GMOs and deny consumers the right to know if their food contains genetically modified ingredients. Colicchio wants to make sure it does not become the law of the land.
Vermont’s 216-year-old Middlebury College has just announced its plan to ban on-campus sales of any and all energy drinks due to their association with “problematic behavior.”