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What You Need to Know About This Troubling New Hazelnut Report
Your Nutella comes at the expense of exploited Syrian refugees.
Where an Entire Day’s Worth of Food Came From
A pair of obsessive eaters track down the source of every single morsel they put in their mouths, without losing their appetite.
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The Quest to Create the Next Quinoa
Can Americans be convinced to eat ancient foods they’ve never heard of?
The Produce of the Future Will Taste Better, Reduce Waste, and Look Very Cool
“This is the natural next step — it’s the farm-to-table varsity squad.”
American Farmers Are Horrified by Trump’s Tariffs
“No winners emerge from a trade war and that’s particularly true when it involves food and nutrition.”
The Farmer Struggling to Recover After Hurricane Harvey Destroyed Everything
Hurricane Harvey wiped out Garrett Gundermann’s Texas farm. This is what it’s like to start over from scratch after unprecedented devastation.
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U.K. Farmers Warn Brexit Could Make Their Crops ‘Rot in the Fields’
In a very familiar-sounding argument, they point out 20 percent of their workforce is foreign.
Farmers in Trump’s Heartland Now ‘Very Worried’ About His Position on NAFTA
They already face industrywide surpluses without the addition of new trade barriers.
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.”
New USDA Rules Make It Harder for Big Meat to Screw Small Farmers
Tyson and other companies have promised to fight this “overregulation.”
The Food-Price Slump Is Officially the Country’s Longest Since 1960
It hasn’t been easy on farmers.
Plummeting Corn, Meat, and Dairy Prices Are Plaguing Farmers
Analysts predict the slump could be the country’s worst in over 50 years.
Farmers Say $15 Wage Would ‘Decimate’ Profits
Some are already swapping veggies for grains, which require less work.
Organic Farmers Hate Whole Foods’ New Produce Rating System
“If you can get a ‘best’ rating as a conventional farmer using pesticides and other toxic substances, why would you grow organically?”
Here’s the Trailer for
, a Down-Home Food Doc Brought to
A consortium of industry forces tries to explore their cinematic side.
Quit Your Day Job and Start Growing Shiitakes
Demand is higher than supply.
This Farmer Owes the Government 1.2 Million Pounds of Raisins
“The rape of the raisin growers.”
Billionaires Give Millions to Provide Farmers With Genetically Modified Seeds
Prepare for mutant crops.
This Crazy-Hot Summer Is Scaring Chefs and Farmers
The Cleveland-based chef says we can no longer deny climate change.
Quay Chef Dan Marquis Puts His Farm on His Table
Quay chef cooks from his own farm.
National Critics Slam Loss of L.A.
Star System; Lou Amdur Selling
Voices like Tom Sistema and Michael Bauer think the paper’s latest move is a cop-out.
NJ Homebrewers Turn Love of Hops Into Cash Crops; FDA Mulls BPA Ban
Plus: Celine Dion’s heart goes on despite love for smoked meat; and with lots of bones, you can make porky tonkatsu ramen at home, all in our morning news roundup.
Cappuccino: It’s What’s for Breakfast; Millionaires Weaned From Food Stamps
Espresso should be sipped after a meal and not its creamy counterpart.
Jersey Shore Bar Guilty of Cheap Vodka Switcheroo; Republicans Root Out
Plus: The proper time to drink cappuccino is in the morning; and meet the new farmerati, all in our morning news roundup.
Radiation Found in Japanese Baby Food; Pinot Payola Scandal Hits
Wine writer Jay Miller resigns after news leaks that he accepted money for appearances.
Nonprofits Struggle to Keep the Poor and Hungry Fed; Pregnant Beyonce Craves
Plus: Bloggers change the face of food reviews; and Mediterranean cuisine is having a moment, all in our morning news roundup.
Farmers to Get Disaster Relief; Beyonce Craves French Fries
Plus a moment for Mediterranean cuisine and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Local Farmers Reach Out to Pumpkin Growers Elsewhere to Fill Orders; Dud Spuds
Plus: ‘Esquire’ releases a manly cookbook; and Wendy’s spent two years developing its latest burger roll out, all in our morning news roundup.
Storm-Ravaged Chinese Takeout Looted During Irene; Iowa Egg Farmers Aren’t
Plus: Manayunk restaurants contend with flooding; and Atlantic City’s casinos reopen after closing for the hurricane, all in our morning news roundup.
Wine-Drinking Linked to Lower Weight Gain; Andre Ethier Connects With Union
The Dodger star helps grill hot dogs and prepare Thanksgiving turkeys for those in need.
Area Farmers Sweat Over Hot and Dry Weather Conditions; Insects Taste a Little
Plus: research shows restaurants often under-report calorie counts for most dishes; and a cult-favorite New Orleans restaurateur succumbs to cancer, all in our morning news roundup.
California Prisoners Launch Hunger Strike; Entenmann’s Adds Two Cents To Casey
Inmates stand behind a hunger strike that started on Friday at Pelican Bay over inhumane conditions.
Boston Mob Tours Spotlight Gangster Hangouts; Want to Get Rich? Become A Farmer!
Plus San Francisco jails cater to vegan whims and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Nutter’s Ultimatum: Soda Tax or Increased Property Taxes; Too Much Coffee
Plus: Scientists are very close to producing “super wheat”; and McDonald’s in Europe gets hip to sustainable fish, all in our morning news roundup.
L.A. Leads U.S. Counties In Hunger; MOD Tackling L.A.’s Food Deserts
Over 1.7 million Angelenos faced hunger issues in 2009, more than any other county in the country.
Stars Align for Selling Off of PA’s State-Owned Liquor Stores; Bison
Plus South Carolina governor Mark Sanford now spends less on food, and the time is right to finally try kombucha, all in our daily news roundup.
Parx Adds a Noodle Bar and Asian Table Games; Paula Deen’s Housekeeper Gets
Plus French truffle farmers take truffle theft more seriously than murder, and a conservative Jewish group proposes new kosher food standards, all in our morning news roundup.
New Food Safety Laws Go Into Effect in PA in 2011; Fine Dining Is Really Bad For
Plus burglars rob a food bank in Baltimore, and with fewer people flying, airport food-vendor earnings are down, all in our morning news roundup.
Joey Vento Undergoes Surgery for Colon-Rectal Cancer; Kids Who Drink Four Loko
Plus half the food eaten on the International Space Station comes from the U.S., and undercover video shows alleged animal abuse on a Texas egg farm, all in our morning news update.
Seats Still Available for MidAtlantic’s Farmer’s Feast
MidAtlantic’s Farmer’s Feast salutes farmers and brewers.
City Council Blocks Expansion of an Upper Roxborough Community Garden;
Plus Iron Chef tanks in Australia, and college administrators crack down on “drunkorexia” all in our morning news roundup.
JG Domestic Looks Good for Friday’s Launch; Memphis Taproom Debuts Its Beer
Plus Wawa gets zoning approval form Northeast neighbors, and Terrace Taproom gets a kitchen, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
Top Chef: D.C.
Winner Kevin Sbraga Headlines the Epicurean Palate;
Plus the UK’s Health Secretary apologizes to Jamie Oliver, and kinchi prices skyrocket in Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
PLCB’s Proposed Handling Fees Will Likely Increase Liquor Costs; Americans
Plus last year’s canned pumpkin shortage is over, and the body of one-time Kitchen Nightmares chef was recovered from the Hudson River, all in our morning news roundup.
Drexel Offers One of the Country’s Only Classes Devoted to Korean Food;
Plus Campbell Soup heiress Mary Alice Dorrance Malone is one of America’s wealthiest, and Democrats worry that school lunch funding will take away from food stamps, all in our morning news roundup.
Hot, Dry Weather Produces ‘Napalike’ Grapes in South Jersey; Gluten-Free Diets
Plus a third massive fish kill in ten weeks washes up thousands of fish on Jersey Shore Beaches, and FDA will hold hearings on genetically modified salmon this week, all in out morning news roundup.
L&I Denies Targeting Italian Market Vendors; PA’s Indoor Smoking Ban Has Had a
Plus PA farmers are eligible for emergency drought relief, and Michelle Obama urges restaurateurs to provide more healthy items on kids’ menus, all in our morning news roundup.
The FDA Thinks Pennsylvania Is Doing an Eggcellent Job
In the coming inspections of egg farms throughout the country, the FDA will follow PA’s practices.
Reading Terminal Market to Absorb Farm to City
The pioneering business that helped launch the city’s farmers markets is returning to its birthplace.
Macrobrew Mega-Merger Forces One of PA’s Largest Wholesalers Out of
Plus PA farmers want the USDA to pay for new equipment for tracking diseased livestock, and competitive eating is blowing up in the UK, all in our morning news roundup.