It's a microcosm of a much bigger problem.
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A new book argues that the current food movement is triggering a kind of backslide in the way women assume responsibility for the kitchen and home.
What is 'humane' anyway?
Drakes Bay Oyster Co. in Northern California has been taken up by the oil industry, which sees the case as having broad impacts for federal land use.
It's kind of like a cooler, more design-y 'Farmer's Almanac.'
He handed out some free meal coupons to gay-marriage supporters rallying near his restaurant this week.
He's funneling money into food research with a view toward developing better plant-based proteins that more people will want to eat.
Wouldn't you know it, CA foie fans are paying top dollar for the stuff across the border.
Shark fins can still be sold until July 1, 2013.
Employees aren't making more money, even as fast-food chains post record profits.
Monsanto et al better watch out.
It's going to be almond milk from here on out, ladies and gents.
He's got a few more photos, and stuff.
Mark Bittman travels to California's Central Valley to survey the state of the modern farm.
They're from the Berkeley-based Factory Farming Awareness Coalition.
A nonprofit group called Oceana has just taken samples from 30 Bay Area restaurants in order to show whether they're serving what they say they're serving.
A state senator says she's considering authoring the legislation to overturn the ban.
The CA State Senate says they've got budget problems to deal with that are bigger than the right to eat foie gras.
He says he supports the ban, and that foie gras is cruel ... but he's still serving it in Singapore!
The ban is set to happen July 1, and this is kind of an eleventh-hour appeal.