The Chinese are becoming more and more fond of purchasing organic produce--but not so much for the health benefits but because it can help them hopefully avoid tainted foods.
Sarah Wu, a teacher in Chicago Public Schools, ate school lunch for a year and blogged about it anonymously. She's revealed herself and is now out with a new book, Fed Up With Lunch.
Andy Brook couldn't find a job so he created his own — and he's helping his neighbors too. He created an urban composting program to help city dwellers compost their food waste.
New census data shows that 46 million people live in poverty in the United States. That's about one out of every six Americans.
Texas recently ended last meals for death row inmates -- in this interview, a chef talks about how he has prepared last meals for some 200 inmates on Death Row in Texas prisons.
Listeria outbreak the country's deadliest of food related illness in more than a decade -- as many as 72 people have fallen ill and 16 have died.
Jeremy Seifert scavenged in dumpsters behind grocery stores and found perfectly edible food -- he started eating it and feeding his family with it -- even his pregnant wife.
Kosovo's wine doesn't have much name recognition outside of the region, though it's been making wine for some 2,000 years, but some are hoping to change that.
Journalist chronicles how the hard-luck town of Hardwick, Vt., prospered thanks to a local organic food movement, but ironically, residents can't afford organic food prices.
Overuse of antibiotics on animals is leading to fears that factory farms are creating drug-resistant pathogens, like the staph infection, MRSA.