When you have 305 million chickens on the Eastern Shore, that's a lot of poultry waste polluting the Chesapeake Bay.
After two decades of consumer campaigns, the government has agreed to include added sugars on nutrition labels.
It took a lawsuit to force Pepsi to stop labeling its chemical-spiked Naked Juice brand as "all natural."
The new Farm Bill cuts food aid to poor families.
By spraying city streets with cheese brine, Milwaukee aims to save money and reduce pollution.
The phony justification for banning hemp because someone might secretly grow pot makes even less sense than it did before Colorado and Washington State legalized marijuana.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, billed as the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals, leases out its integrity to the soft drink giant.
Can you resolve to reduce your fossil-fuel consumption by eating fewer animal products?