Expanding access to fresh and local food is smart for people and the planet.
A regional food system does a better job at providing healthy food for all, supporting sustainable farming and fishing, and supporting thriving communities.
Craft breweries have doubled their share of the U.S. market since 2004.
A flock of feral chickens has lived for years on (the appropriately named) Farm Street in the town of Bastrop.
Government policies and spending primarily support industrialized agriculture and the giant farms and corporations that profit from it.
The Philippines is well poised to be a leader in food democracy in saying no to food vulnerability and in reinvigorating rooted farms.
Today, more Americans prefer to eat food that’s fresh, grown locally, and bought directly from the farmer who grew or produced it.
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act signals a significant change in how we invest in our children and their health.
The $400-billion-a-year retail behemoth, with two million employees laboring in 8,500 stores spread around the globe, is putting on a “local” mask.
Teaching the value of healthy eating in schools is a great way to fight obesity.
Big Food won’t be absolved by tossing a fraction of its fortunes toward urban plots.
Michael Pollan’s new essay highlights the diverse schools of food activism takes as well as unifying themes.