Eric Schlosser and Michael Pollan should be pretty proud of themselves.
The April issue of SF Mag tackles the issue of artisans who enter the mass market.
The calls for overturning the ban are heating up.
The 'East Bay Express' claims so, anyway.
Check out the five-minute extended trailer.
A new book says you do.
Chef Russell Jackson doesn't shy away from controversy, or media attention.
New York State may ban shark fins, and California already has, but here's a whole new reason not to eat them.
A new bill has been proposed that would make various "cottage foods," like jams and pickles, easier to make and sell from one's kitchen.
Also, Bay Wolf canceled the second of two foie gras dinners after a protest turned especially ugly last week.
Most big Jewish delis aren't kosher and never have been.
"Though the ideals were noble and the enthusiasm infectious, at times this gathering veered towards self-parody ([an organizer] led attendees in a freeform improvisational movement session before their tamari-and-tofu dinner)." Jesse Hirsch, writing in the East Bay Express about...
The DeCosters have reached about 40 financial settlements with victims of last year's Salmonella outbreak, which numbered about 1,900 victims in total.
An animal-rights group exposes the fifth largest egg producer in the country, Sparboe, for having some inhuman and totally unsanitary facilities.
She's on a joint cultural-diplomatic mission with a gang of American celebrities.
"There is no question that there is an elite strand within the food movement, but a lot of social change movements in this country ... have been started by the affluent."
'Nonambulatory' pigs aren't supposed to be making it into the human food chain, and this costs pork producers too much money.
Shark fins already in the state can be sold, or eaten, through July 2013.
Poor neighborhoods need plums too.