It seems to be working -- on any given day 13 percent of the country is having a slice or two.
A basic primer: Why antibiotic resistance is a problem, what farms have to do with it, and why some people think the FDA's rules don't go far enough.
Dan Ariely, author of "Predictably Irrational," helps you get through Thanksgiving without eating so much you can't breathe.
On Tuesday, Washington state residents will vote on whether to require genetically modified foods sold in stores to be labeled as such.
The U.S. food-stamp program is set to shrink in the months ahead. The only real question is by how much.
The date-labeling system for food in the United States is a mess, a new report argues. Here's how it got that way.
The nation's biggest Hispanic-owned food company--run out of Secaucus, N.J.--has learned how to manufacture authenticity.
There's really no good reason to cling to this practice.
In defense of open kitchens.
A bit of skepticism that lab-grown meat is going to save the planet anytime soon.
But perhaps I just asked the wrong chefs.
Meat contributes more to global warming than transportation.
Bigger chains mean lower prices, but fewer sales.
The good news: The world is getting better at farming. The bad news: We're not getting better quickly enough to satisfy growing demand.
The right debate isn't big packages vs. a la carte. It's bundles vs. bundles.
Seriously, restaurateurs, stop it with the tapas. Adult-size entrees for adult-sized humans!
GMO planting is dominated by just five countries and a small handful of crops.
America's grasslands to vanish. And that could have all sorts of consequences in the years ahead, from soil erosion to vanishing ducks.
Farmers are hoping immigration reform can solve their labor shortages. But a new study finds the supply of Mexican workers willing to do farm work is dwindling. That means trouble for the food industry.
A new study finds that "land grabbing" has become extremely pervasive, with countries from China to the United States buying up huge tracts of arable land overseas. And the consequences are sometimes ugly.