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The shift in the company's policy points to a fundamental change in the fast-food world.

An undercover video raises serious concerns about the conditions at one of the biggest pork processors in the U.S.

Animal parts are everywhere.

Is your county pumpkin-rich or pumpkin-poor?

These careers are more likely to find true love among their own

Consumption has plummeted by a staggering 80 percent in the past 40 years.

What happened when I went to a place in the U.S. that I ranked lowest among all U.S. counties.

Hell hath no fury like a Minnesotan scorned.

It's time to free ourselves from the lawn.

People outside cities need schools and nursing homes too — and USDA thinks private investors can be convinced to finance them.

Where the olive oil flows like water, but no one is making money off it

How the free market saved us from beemageddon.

Customers there are taking less milk off the shelf, and importers are purchasing less.

The story of corn, which is quite literally everywhere today.

It's now the sunniest time of year, but that's about to change.

A conversation with an expert about why we're so scared of GMOs, why we shouldn't be, and what it will take to change that.

Environmentalist? Pot-smoker? You have a few issues to work out.

Egg lovers, be warned.

Is this how you assemble a modern day empire?

The USDA has declined to investigate complaints based on aerial photography that 14 large-scale organic farms are not allowing their animals outside.

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