Napa's grapes are famous, but the valley only produces a small fraction of the country's wine.
Severe hazelnut shortages are bad news for serious hazelnut buyers.
Sales have been falling for more than 20 years in the United States. What's going on?
Inexpensive corn might be good for you, but it's no good for corn farmers.
The U.S. exported more than $300 million in chicken to Russia last year.
The average American eats 220 percent more almonds than in 2005.
Chipotle's sales are expected to reach almost $4 billion this year, 1,143 percent more than in 2003.
Meat and food scandals are killing McDonald's and KFC's reputation in China.
Blame everyone else's addiction.
The thing about bubbles—even cupcake bubbles—is that they burst.
There's sugar in just about everything today, and the vast majority of it is added during food production. Shouldn't consumers know how much is in what they buy?
The average meat-eater in the U.S. is responsible for almost twice as much global warming as the average vegetarian.
A discussion with Nestlé USA's chairman about what manufacturers owe the public and the paths to better food policy.
Americans are still eating twice as much sugar as they're supposed to. You can thank Big Sugar for that.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn't even have an official definition of what "natural" actually means.
Not long ago, milk was part of America's every morning. Now, the calcium-filled fluid would be lucky to find itself on anyone's mind.
There's more to the rise of whole wheat than meets the eye.
The rise of processed foods, and the ever-expanding American waistline.
It's been nearly 60 years since margarine stole the spotlight, but butter is back—with a vengeance.