Food policy experts weigh in on the possibilities of individual diet choices and sustainable production methods.
The announcement comes amid criticism of farm subsidies, which exceed revenue Trump has taken in from tariffs on Chinese imports.
Inside a climate-controlled laboratory at the Duarte Nursery outside Modesto, an experiment is taking place that could help determine what food we will eat for decades to come.
Under lucrative arrangements, states are increasingly leasing prisoners to harvest food for American consumers at a rate not seen since Jim Crow.
Historic flooding this year is setting back planting season. Climate change will force farmers to adjust to similarly brutal weather events in the future.
Many farmers thought that President Donald Trump would be better for their livelihoods than his predecessor, but now they say things have only gotten worse.
Two separate studies highlight Sri Lanka's increased risk to changing weather patterns that are driving extensive changes in both living standards and livelihoods.
Under the new law, local standards regulating industrial-scale livestock operations cannot be stricter than any of those set by the state.
From the beginning, the Central Valley's productivity was a result of the most intensive farming experiment the world had ever seen. And now, farmers are pushing even harder against biological realities. An excerpt from Mark Arax's critically acclaimed new book, "The Dreamt Land."
Here's we know about women in agriculture in 2019.
A new report reveals the major European supermarkets that are potentially fueling illegal deforestation when they support the Brazilian cattle industry.
Corn and soybeans—the crops that have been hardest hit by the tariffs—are typically used for animal feed, not human consumption.
How plant patents work in the U.S. and India.
The photographer lets soil the texture of dry sand slip through his fingers at a farmer's field on April 25th, 2019, near Liebenwalde, Germany.
The ACLU of Iowa argues this law is no different than its predecessor, which was ruled unconstitutional this year.
Six states are restricting lawsuits against concentrated animal feeding operations in ways that will disproportionately affect low-income communities.
A new report finds that racial discrimination within USDA programs is responsible for this decline.
The presidential candidate proposes to fight industrial agriculture through reforms on mergers, checkoff programs, right-to-repair, and country-of-origin labels.
Scott Gottlieb, the current head of the FDA, recently announced his resignation, throwing the future of food regulation into question.
To get on track to achieve sustainability goals, the report outlines a series of changes to the global systems of food production, energy, and waste management.
The state's pork industry hasn't given up yet.