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Caitlin Dewey is The Washington Post's food policy writer for Wonkblog. She previously covered digital culture and technology for The Post.
The agency says the move will save money and help retain staff, but some researchers call that a pretext.
Gene-editing technology can make crops grow with less water, hold more nutrients and withstand pests. But will consumers be on board for customizable food?
Congress is poised to legalize hemp. But can it live up to decades of hype?
A plan to overhaul food stamps is popular with the president and House Republicans but off the table in the Senate.
America’s largest food company is focused on launching new products and reinventing old ones, said the company’s new chief executive.
Strong demand, forward contracts and existing government programs have insulated growers from the tariff’s immediate impact.
The plan would begin sending funds to farmers in September.
Nestle, Danone, Mars and Unilever are behind the new project.
Mispayments in the food stamp program are far more common than government administrators long believed.
The statewide prohibition reflects a new tactic by soda makers.