Lockdowns, trade disputes, and warfare make the next meal once again a matter of concern.
New GMO rules are a good break from the E.U., but they don't go far enough.
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The central planning of America's public school lunch menus has been a disaster.
Trade restrictions and over-zealous FDA regulation are a big part of the problem, but there's more.
Maria Falcon doesn't have a business license. So New York police officers detained her and confiscated all of her merchandise.
Food companies don't determine what parents put in their shopping carts.
Among experts on food safety, the consensus is that the FDA's food division isn't functional.
In time, demand for poop and ash may offset the fertilizer crunch.
Proposition 12 threatens the national food economy.
Higher egg prices are not a crisis in the middle of a pandemic full of supply problems.
A sociologist spent 112 days tracking students' illicit deals for chips and other goodies.
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Turning food into fuel has always been a dubious proposition.
Do California's rules violate the dormant commerce clause?
A cost-efficient and humane method for processing rabbit meat is preferable to the state's current system.
Among his other crimes, Putin’s war increases the suffering of the world’s poor and hungry.
Almost all of America’s avocados come from a single Mexican state. A threatening message threw it into disarray.
The substitution effect is real.
More choice can decrease meat consumption without coercion of regressive taxation.
Despite shifting enforcement away from cops, NYC is still ticketing the dickens out of New York's street-food sellers.
Why? A better question was why they were ever involved in the first place.
The president can't fix a problem he doesn't understand.
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Bad policy and unpredictable nature are sending food prices through the roof.
State food laws shouldn't apply to producers and consumers across state lines.
Do you, like many Americans, feel especially charitable this time of year? Enjoy helping those in need? Better buy a permit.
The state’s “reforms” have saddled merchants with oppressively expensive permitting demands.
Donating to the needy, in addition to being a generally nice thing to do, is a protected First Amendment activity.
Detroit leaders throw around words like "fairness" and "equity" while shielding big restaurants from smaller competition.
There may not be a more striking metaphor for capitalism's victory over the Soviet Union than a 60-second Pizza Hut ad that originally aired more than 20 years ago.
The Cuisine and Empire author dishes on the anti-French origins of Turkey Day, why she hates "organic" food, and the genius of Julia Child.
It's oppressively hard, if not impossible, to sell homemade food in the Bay State. One lawmaker proposes massive regulatory reform.