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What You Need to Know About the Massive
If you enjoy fruit or vegetables or living a long, healthy life, you’ll want to know more about this story.
The FDA Wants Almond- and Soy-Milk Companies to Stop Calling Themselves ‘Milk’
It’s still a long shot, but prepare yourself for the possibility of “soy drink” and “oat juice” anyway.
20,000 New Yorkers Will Likely Lose Farmers’ Market Access Next Month
“We found out last Tuesday.”
San Francisco Schools Ban Students From Drinking Chocolate Milk
The city’s school district has found a new way to reduce students’ sugar intake.
Obama Just Gave a Big Speech on Food Policy
His first international talk as a private citizen was on food sustainability.
Congress Acts to Create the ‘Golden King’ Crab America Deserves
The new spending bill gives Alaska’s brown king crab a more elite name.
Kind’s CEO Pledges $25 Million to Fight Industry’s ‘Influence on Public Health’
He says it has “undue influence in shaping nutrition policy and ability to disseminate biased science.”
Angry Farmers Say Withdrawing From TPP Will Cost Them $4 Billion This Year
Trump called the controversial trade deal a “disaster” that would “rape our country.”
5 Reasons Why Food Experts Are Worried About Trump’s New Agriculture Secretary
They say Sonny Perdue is poised to roll back regulations, has Big Industry ties, and denies climate change.
Michelle Obama’s Health-Food Nonprofit to Continue After She Leaves White House
The First Lady’s Partnership for a Healthier America promises her legacy “is going to continue.”
Experts Keep Speculating About What Trump’s Victory Means for the Food Industry
The president-elect is clearly pro–fast food.
New Jersey Has a Bold Plan to Turn Supermarket Food Waste Into Energy
A new proposal would convert it into biofuel to power homes, businesses, and schools statewide.
England Orders Food Industry to Slash Added Sugars by 20 Percent
It’s the U.K.’s most serious effort yet to curb childhood obesity.
Big Food Scrambling to Yank Added Sugars From Products
Major nutrition-label changes are coming in 2018.
Renewed Demands for FDA to Improve Food-Recall Process
Chuck Schumer is the latest to blast delays as a “recipe for disaster.”
Congress Suggests Legitimate ‘Sell By’ Dates Might Curb Food Waste
A new bill says a national labeling standard would keep safe food out of the trash.
The FDA Moves to Fix Its Broken Definition of ‘Healthy’ Food
Right now Pop-Tarts qualify, but salmon does not.
A New Study Comes Down Hard on the Actual Benefits of Urban Farming
A reality check to the yuppie dream.
Politico Launches Food-Policy Coverage
The shutdown and your pantry, explained.
Shuanghui International’s Smithfield Foods Merger Given Green Light
Prospective Buyers Offer More Money for Smithfield Foods
Maybe former spokesperson Paula Deen is a silent partner.
Chinese Meat Producer Buying Smithfield Foods Had a Maggot Problem
Something is rotten here.
Stringer Pitches Food Strategy Plan for City
The Manhattan borough president picks his issue, and eats it.