With our sixth annual list, we celebrate the pursuits of those trying to make the world a better place through the great unifier—food.
Aubrey Gordon & Michael Hobbes—the Hosts of the Podcast Maintenance Phase—Will Make You Rethink Everything You Know About Nutrition
Think of the duo as your fact-checking BFFs.
COVID-19 Almost Shut Down America's Chinatowns. Grace Young Is Fighting to Keep Them in Business
The award-winning cookbook author is rallying against pandemic-related discrimination and anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander hate. Here's how you can join her.
The founder of Whetstone Magazine and host of Netflix's High on the Hog knows that who tells the stories about food is as important as who they're about.
For almost 30 years, Daniela Ibarra-Howell has practiced holistic grazing on her Colorado ranch. And the results she's seen firsthand have propelled her to share that knowledge around the world through her work with the Savory Institute.
As the baseball player moved from one team to another, Granderson raised money for local food banks. But his heart never left his hometown of Chicago. That's where he started the Grand Kids Foundation, which encourages kids to be active and helps them get the healthy food they need to grow.
American farmers are cashing in on this new revenue stream. But can it really help the environment as much as proponents say? EatingWell digs into the controversy.
While global researchers urge you to limit beef consumption, scientists and farmers propose a different future for your burger.
Portrait of Trevino Sauceda with 2021 American Food Heroes written in the lower portion of the frame
2021 American Food Heroes
Our fifth annual list of people who are changing the food world in innovative and meaningful ways. Each of these visionaries exemplifies what's possible when passion meets action.