This Program Is Giving Ex-Cons a New Life in Professional Kitchens
"These guys are just the sweetest guys in the world," says Justin Fertitta, the chef behind the Doe Fund's Chef-in-Training program. "They're trying to survive like anyone else."
Scenes from the ‘Fight for 15’ Protest in Kansas City
“No matter what you might think, there are 64 million Americans who make less than $15 an hour and we deserve a living wage just like any other worker in America. We want to be treated fairly and paid fairly. We are human beings, we are all working...
Why the Fast Food Industry Isn't Supporting Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton has received more than $1 million from food-and-beverage companies in the most recent election cycle, but Trump only took in $152,000.
The Sugar Industry Paid Scientists to Downplay Sugar’s Health Risks
A report from the University of California, San Francisco suggests that researchers were lobbied by the sugar industry in the 1960s, allegedly to whitewash the link between sugar and heart disease.