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Food Feud: Why Chick-fil-A is trying to squash kale
The media has been buzzing this week since popular chicken-sandwich chain Chick-fil-A threatened to shut down a small-...
Fighting to Sell Junk Food to Kids
Really, grocery manufacturers? That’s your highest priority? Think of all the things that food manufacturers...
Life's sweeter with fewer sugary drinks
The “Big Gulp.” Free Refills. 20-ounce single servings. 2 liters for 99 cents. Soda vending machines just...
How to get all your fruits and vegetables for $2.25 a day
How often have you heard or read, “Healthy food is expensive”? I hear this assumption a lot, as it’s...
The #1 best protein for your health and the environment (and the worst to avoid)
If you’ve ever found yourself arguing about whether eating meat is healthy for you and the planet and, if so,...
Gulf Seafood: Finally Safe to Eat?
Scientists are still years away from determining the full impact of the BP oil disaster. Are fears of tainted fish and...
The Farmers' Market Myth
Most people think farmers' markets are more expensive than supermarkets—but studies don't always support that...
Why Jamie Oliver’s battle against chocolate milk may be the wrong one
Last week I was watching Jamie Oliver’s “Food Revolution,” the British chef’s reality TV show,...
An Inconvenient Truth: Free-Range Meat Isn't 'Natural'
A case for why free-range animal agriculture resembles nature only as much as pornography resembles real sex.
Introducing Food Day
It’s time to fix our broken food system. Over the course of the next six months, we hope to create what will...
Busted: Organic Food Certifiers Who Break the Rules
The USDA is revoking the permits of two organic food inspection agencies. It's a step in the right direction.
The Health of the Gulf: Fisherman and Oilmen Clash
With the oil industry shifting from friendly PR to legal battles, competing narratives about Gulf marine life have...
Modified Alfalfa Wars: A Response to James McWilliams
Years ago, I had a history professor at Reed College who thought it was fruitless to understand the historical impact...
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