Could Giving Milk a Longer Shelf Life Reduce Food Waste?
The dairy industry has seen its fair share of disruptors. Now, an Australian food company has made fresh milk that can last for 60 days.
White Americans' Food Choices Are Contributing Disproportionately to Climate Change
A new study finds that more greenhouse gases are emitted producing the typical diet of a white American than that of a Hispanic or African American.
Dairy Disneyland: One Farm's Quest to Save Industrial Agriculture
Is Fair Oaks Farms bringing transparency to large-scale agriculture—or something more like propaganda?
Why the USDA Wants to Put Whole Milk Back in School Lunches
The fight between public-health concerns and the food industry's needs will play out on school lunch menus—again.
Why Is Milk Being Called a White Supremacist Symbol?
Although research debunks white supremacists' claims about lactose intolerance, race has long played a role in American milk-drinking.
LGBT Film: Still Suffering From Baby-Step Syndrome
After marriage equality, LGBTQ cinema is in flux—and Hollywood has been slow to adapt.
Proponents of Raw Milk Are No Better Than Anti-Vaccine Advocates
The perils of the “farm-food freedom” movement.