A newly revamped store in Washington shows how thoroughly Amazon has woven itself into the grocery shopping experience.
Organic milk has been a lifeline for small farms in Maine and other New England states. Now those farms are facing trouble as milk processors look to huge dairies in Western states.
The couple behind Carversville Farm believe that everyone deserves high-quality food, so they donate most of theirs to kitchens feeding the neediest in Philadelphia.
A new breed of hydroponic farm, huge and high-tech, is popping up in indoor spaces all over America, drawing celebrity investors and critics.
The referendum would have barred the use of the synthetic pesticides in farms and gardens.
The world’s biggest online retailer must become a leader in reducing single-use packaging.
They’re committed not just to securing better meals for everyone, but to dismantling the very structures that have long exploited both workers and consumers.
New school meal standards? Help for small farmers? Maybe, but first the new administration has to deal with hunger, food safety and a diminished U.S.D.A.
Helena Norberg-Hodge has been arguing for localism since the 1970s, but the pandemic is making the Australian activist-scholar’s ideas more relevant than ever.
When the restaurants closed, factory farms lost their customers. Local produce is suddenly in demand.
The wine industry and many consumers have long sought a definition, but the adoption of a voluntary charter may not clarify anything.
Food manufacturers add flavorings to a surprising number of basic products, like Breyers Natural Vanilla ice cream.