Several dozen NYC residents want to repeal the regulations allowing outdoor dining in the city.
The FDA has effectively thrown up its hands over its most important food-related role.
The announcement that Unilever will discontinue the popular treat has small-time entrepreneurs and big-money investors rushing to keep the product alive.
The FDA should not stand in the way of parents doing what’s best for their children.
New rules from the state alcohol control board could grind breweries into insolvency.
How can it be that with so much cattle in America, we sometimes can't buy meat?
The Senate is considering legislation that would improve the visa program for temporary agricultural workers and help relieve labor shortages that push food prices higher.
Atlanta, Sioux Center, and too many other cities and towns are still treating food trucks like second-class businesses.
An earlier draft of the bill, favored by the Los Angeles Times, would have required the labels be huge, with 12-point font and yellow backgrounds.
Inflation picked up speed in June, rather than slowing.
Borough officials in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, told Mission First and Christ Episcopal churches that their charitable work goes beyond what the zoning code allows for downtown churches.
Regulators are setting their sights on ghost kitchens and virtual restaurants.
Senators asked for an investigation since the "sweet, chocolaty taste may encourage consumers to eat well over a recommended quantity of melatonin."
Somerville still has costly regulations on the books even though New Jersey has legalized the sale of home-baked items.
Regulatory uncertainty is keeping the seaweed market from reaching its full potential.
When the Bushwick bar Honey's tried to host a “Russia, Ukraine, and Food" talk with food writer and academic Darra Goldstein, the angry mob shut them down.
Everybody knows what almond, oat, and soy milk are. We don’t need the FDA’s intervention, no matter what the dairy lobby claims.
The Parkers filed their lawsuit under Maine’s new ‘right-to-food’ constitutional amendment.
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.