California residents can now legally buy foie gras online from out-of-state suppliers
The New York governor requires bars to sell "substantive" offerings if they'd like to stay open.
But it's not enough. NYC needs to unleash its food vendors.
Wet markets should be made safer, not driven underground.
A renewed push to pass the PRIME Act picks up steam as COVID-19 leaves us all asking “Where’s the beef?”
A civil rights lawsuit alleges that the government violated Kathy Hay's constitutional rights when it shuttered her free pantry.
People need to eat. Governments shouldn't make that harder than it has to be.
The city said that food-packaging regulations stand in the way. That's not true.
Wyoming’s first-and-best-in-the-nation food freedom law just keeps getting better.
First, they didn't have grocery permits. Now they are not allowed to take any walk-ins.
"You cannot just decide you want to sell groceries," said Barbara Ferrer, the director of L.A. County Public Health.
Especially during a pandemic, Americans need access to healthy food.
Greenville has run its food trucks out of town.
Brits will have only themselves to blame if they don't embrace food freedom.
“I’ll pay whatever fine I have to, but I will never put calories on my menu,” says chef Wade Murphy.
Texas is ignoring federal law to harass small farms.
High permit fees and unprepared bureaucrats get in the way of delicious street tacos and bacon dogs.
Do you feel safer now?
The ban targets upstate and international farmers and city restaurants alike.
Don't let the lack of consensus on nutrition keep you from striving for a better way to eat.
Campus food police are making inroads all over America
Nobody is being "confused" by vegetarian meat substitutes.
Massachusetts Voters May Finally Get a Chance To Repeal the State's Awful Cap on Beer and Wine Sales
For too long, state lawmakers have played favorites with booze laws. Will they finally let voters decide where they can buy?
Or maybe not. We probably need more research.
The mandated pay increases disproportionately impact the restaurant industry.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Wants a $20 Minimum Wage for Tipped Workers. That Would Likely Destroy the Restaurant Industry.
The Democratic congresswoman said that people cannot live off tips. People who live off tips beg to differ.
The law is an ass, cleft and all.
Cannabidiol products are legal for sale and consumption, but adding it to other things is somehow forbidden.
The state's heavily regulated restaurant industry thinks beer gardens have it too easy
The moral arc of the universe is actually a squiggly line
The ruling says it's acceptable for cities to use ordinances to protect some businesses from competitors.
The state's food freedom law has been a boon to indie cooks and farmers, and an irritant to regulatory busybodies
Restaurateurs get protection from small competitors. It’s the citizens who lose out on delicious food choices.
The suit alleges that Houston's law violates elements of the First, Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments
“Neither de facto [GMO] bans nor mandatory labeling can be justified.”
N.Y. Food Police Shut Down a 7-Year-Old's Lemonade Stand. This Bill Makes Sure They Can't Do It Again.
"Kids like Brendan Mulvaney are trying to give people sweet lemonade and learn some important business skills but the overzealous state bureaucrats just keep giving taxpayers lemons."
New laws allow Americans to belly up to the asphalt buffet.
Iconic British foods like Christmas pudding and strawberries and cream get censored.